The Doctor Who tribute-video game is strong—but thanks to the recent 50th Anniversary, things have gotten out of hand (in a good way). You know those stores that sell power drills AND nail polish? It’s like that. There’s something for everyone up in here. And ... More →
When the fires were raging in our souls calling—nay, crying!—out for a hero, Alex from Target emerged from the mist. The light at the end of the checkout line! The plastic bags to our 10 items or less! The shopping cart with four working wheels! ... More →
Hair is a very sensitive subject. We love it. We hate it. We want to sell it and make bank like Fantine did in Les Misérables (well, for a second). It’s complicated.
And while we thoroughly endorse the unconditional wanting of what you have in the hair/face/body/mind/soul/life ... More →
Some people say life is the greatest teacher. Most especially, procrastinators. But there is an argument that rote learning is ineffective in the long-term, and that EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING is a magic tonic that will expand your brain. But what should you experience? Start with this ... More →
We all have that person in our lives who is basically on a rocket ship to the moon all the time. They’re at parties. They’re at music festivals. They’re at parties happening during music festivals. It’s relentless! Who knew there were so many music festivals!? ... More →
We all like to pretend we’re the chubby little baby-kings of our own internet fiefdom, right? Because if we WERE chubby little baby-kings, all the normal stuff we did every day would be documented, put up on the newsfeed, and made to sound super glamorous. ... More →
People need to stop. They mean well, but all the suggestions and the grand exclamations and the warnings about college? In the immortal words of Mary Schmich, "Advice is a form of nostalgia, dispensing it is a way of fishing the past from the disposal, wiping it off, ... More →
If you’re at college, obviously it means you’ve already figured out what you want the rest of your life to look like, right? It makes perfect sense that at 17, you’d be at peace with and ready to go confidently toward your future calling—whatever that ... More →
We might not live in a post-apocalyptic hellscape, but things can get very Hunger Games arena very quickly in everyday life. So how do you survive daily affronts to your freedom? Grab a weapon and spring into action when you find yourself in any of these zero-sum ... More →
In high school, the teachers told us over and over again that we would need trigonometry, but we have long since forgotten how sine and cos work and have yet for a hypotenuse to thwart our dreams.
What classes would have been useful in place of ... More →