More than a thousand people are using a new site to find inexpensive brand-name clothes. One hundred and fifty of them are at UF.
OK, we all went through that Jane Austen phase. Many went through it in 2005 when ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ with Keira Knightley came out; arguably one of the best movie adaptations of a Jane Austen novel (other than the BBC version with Colin Firth).
If you’ve ever picked up a fashion magazine or clicked around a website focused on fashion (as I’m sure everyone does), then you’ve seen the requisite willowy model or current celebutante posing next to an older man dressed in black, wearing sunglasses and rocking a gray ponytail that probably hasn’t been washed since the ‘80s.
Remember the R.L. Stine books? I remember reading the “Goosebumps,” series in elementary school.
As anyone with a sibling knows, from an early age we are constantly told to get along with and love him or her.
Whenever I think of summer reading I remember ignoring whatever classic American novel I was supposed to be reading for the next year’s English class and reading fun fast-paced whodunits and the historical novels that you always hide the cover of because it’s embarrassing to admit that you read those kinds of books.
Maybe you’ve seen it all over the Internet over the past two months.