Before taking our chemistry tests, a friend of mine used to say we weren’t actually anxious, but we were instead excited, like electrons. I would just look at her and roll my eyes. No one could convince me that my increased state of agitated energy was anything but an expression of dread and fear.
If the public’s relationship with “Doctor Who” were a marriage, right now, we would be searching all of time and space for the perfect gold token to signify our upcoming 50th anniversary.
Don’t be surprised if you haven’t noticed the new ads on Instagram. The company is being very cautious about how they introduce them to the public.
Tom Odell is a 22-year-old up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Britain who fits the stereotype of the pained, sensitive, broken-hearted male whose emotions are so heavy they can only be processed alone, hunched over his instrument.
The latest season in the disturbing anthology “American Horror Story” has all the elements of a successful Disney Channel original movie or cult CW series. “Coven” has young adults, an evocative boarding school, magic and a sense of danger. Except, unlike the attractively cast whim-indulgent shows of teenage TV, “Coven” does not portray a fantasy you want to vicariously live through. Rather, it is your worst nightmare.
Personally, I like things to have some depth. I will always prefer John Green to Ryan Lochte and a deep ocean to a kiddie pool.
If only our food could talk, then there would be no confusion about what was still OK to eat or what should be thrown out. But of course, talking tomatoes would lead to a lot of general confusion and conflicted vegetarians.
News flash: Not everything on the Internet is true. Yet people continue to share and reblog information without checking its accuracy.
The open mic stood center stage like a blinking cursor on a blank Word document, expectantly waiting for someone to approach it. Natalie Nix, 26, a UF English alumna and emcee for The Conch, was the first to take on the mic.
The kids who flocked to see the midnight premieres of the Harry Potter movies wearing striped scarves, fake glasses and lightning bolts drawn on their foreheads with their mom’s eyebrow pencils are all grown up.
Biology freshman Daniela Sanchez and finance freshman Alejandra Miyares get married on the Plaza of the Americas on Tuesday afternoon. Delta Sigma Pi hosted the wedding ceremonies, complete with bridal bouquet, optional bow tie and Ring Pop exchange for a $3 donation to the American Cancer Society.