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Auntie SparkNotes: I Don't Want to Be With My High School Boyfriend in College

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 20, 2015
Dear Auntie, College is coming up this year, and I'm not sure what to do about my relationship. I'm a senior and my boyfriend is a junior. I'm not going very far, and I'm going to live home, but I don't think that I want to... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: I Don't Want to Be With My High School Boyfriend in College

Going Through a Breakup? Use This Press Release to Let Everyone Know You're Single and Ready to Mingle

By Jason SaenzJanuary 20, 2015
Sometimes breakups are so painful that you want to shout from the rooftops when it's all over. To alert a mass audience to your new single status quickly, adapt and send out this simple press release. *** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: [Name of Ex Boyfriend/Girlfriend] and I Have Broken... More  →
Going Through a Breakup? Use This Press Release to Let Everyone Know You're Single and Ready to Mingle
15 Celebs We'd Like to See Way More (or Substantially Less) Of in 2015

15 Celebs We'd Like to See Way More (or Substantially Less) Of in 2015

By ElodieJanuary 20, 2015
The best part about starting a brand-spanking new year is knowing we have 12 WHOLE MONTHS of glorious celebrity shenanigans ahead of us. Whose name will get butchered so hard at the Oscars it becomes a meme? Whose butt are we going to see on the cover of Paper Magazine? Who' More  →

The Existentialism In Our Stars

By Janet ManleyJanuary 19, 2015
Our ancestors looked to the sky for answers to their biggest questions. And the sky gave them allllmoooooost nothing.Because the sky doesn't care about humans. It's infinite! Click on to begin your journey through a careless universe :)p.s. we love you. More  →
The Existentialism In Our Stars
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THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER: "Eros, God of Nothing" by Hannah Wagle

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015
There’s a grand tradition in science fiction of putting emotions (or lack of emotions) into the realm of fictional pharmaceuticals. From “soma” in Brave New World, to the “spice” of Dune, equating emotions with a drug or a medicine is a powerful metaphor if used... More  →

7 Ideas That Would TOTALLY CHANGE Homeroom

By Ashley Brooke RobertsJanuary 19, 2015
The results are in! We asked 487 scientist and doctors what exactly “homeroom” is and over 90% replied “How'd you get in here? Who are you? Stop eating my candy.” That’s right: the “establishment” has no idea what homeroom is or why it was instated. We... More  →
7 Ideas That Would TOTALLY CHANGE Homeroom

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER: "The Past is Now" by Anna Thompson

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015
I’m always a sucker for a story that involves both a paradox and seemingly unexplained magic. Though this is a science fiction/fantasy story that deals with photographs, it reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock’s old show Night Gallery where a painting was often the subject of... More  →
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Auntie SparkNotes: My Friend's Birth Control Is Making Her Crazy

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 19, 2015
Hey Auntie SparkNotes, I'm really struggling here. My best friend and I have been tight for years, and I've noticed that she has a very turbulent personality. Meaning, one minute she is happy-go-lucky and the next she is crying over a dumb English paper. I accept... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: My Friend's Birth Control Is Making Her Crazy

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER: "Untitled" by Kaleigh

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015
Calling this story anything other than beautiful would be a disservice, so let’s get that out of the way: it’s beautiful. But it’s also a haunting piece the almost borders on poetry. I felt like the author of this story took the length-requirement and instead... More  →
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