Feeling confident is an empowering state of mind. What could be better than knowing you can do whatever it is you set your mind to? Aced a test? Check. Nailed the internship interview? Got the call today! Got rowdy at midtown last night? Done. Remember talking to anyone you were attracted to last night? Oops.
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Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman can probably give some insight on this topic: the illusive “friends with benefits” relationship. It’s often portrayed in the media, and on a college campus it’s almost commonplace.
I know I’m not the only who has been in a situation where intentions are misunderstood. In today’s society, 20-somethings talk in a vague sense and beat around the bush. Wouldn’t it be easier if we just said what we wanted?
Not long ago, I overheard my male roommates chatting about something I was unfamiliar with: sorostitutes.
Did you hear Rachel McAdams is coming out with a new movie? Don’t roll your eyes. Yes, she’s typecast again as the “other-half” who loves so much it hurts in “About Time,” as well as in “The Vow,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” and “The Notebook.” At least we’ll always have “Mean Girls,” which I argue is her pièce de résistance.
In June of 2013, the American Medical Association officially categorized obesity as a disease. Along with other companies throughout the nation, peerFit has joined the fight against obesity, but it began years before AMA jumped on board.
If you look around on campus on any given day, you can see students sporting the trending "I heart boobies!" bracelets. During the month of October, it was hard not to notice the abundance of bracelets
On Oct. 6, 1998, a 21-year-old University of Wyoming student was the innocent victim of a hate crime provoked by gay panic. Six days later, on Oct. 12, 1998, he passed away in the arms of his parents at a local hospital.f
“Hey Babe, nice legs!” “Give us a smile!” “Can I hit that?”
Fashion is seen as a female industry (even though there are plenty of men in it), and with that comes the idea that it is frivolous. In film and television, how can fashion and costuming match up to brilliant cinematography or a thoughtfully written script?