Read Brett's first prom post right here!
Hello hello hello, it’s Brett again! In the past two weeks, I have gotten quite a lot of prommy things accomplished.
First up, and most importantly, I've finally bought the main attraction of the night: the dress! (Just kidding,... More →
So if you've been checking the news, you probably heard about the big story. No, not anything with Russia. This story about how there's now a class at Rutgers called "Politicizing Beyonce," which explores American politics through the music of Beyonce. Now no... More →
I was the shadows, the one no one saw as they were draw to you like moths to the flame. You, who turned into oxygen for people, something they couldn't live without, while I faded from their minds as if I never existed.
Last week, it was discovered that the United States had funded the creation and implementation of a Twitter-like social network in Cuba called ZunZuneo (the sound a hummingbird makes). Since when did the U.S. get into the business of creating social media
I love that I’ve found you
Like the treasure you are
I crossed the ocean blue
I searched near and far
Your voice called upon me
It floated through the air
Oh I couldn’t believe what I see
Was a maiden, young and fair
Your voice left me speechless
Your face made my knees... More →
Everyone hates Mondays. That's a given—your eyes won't open, your muscles are tired from too much tire-swing action (do we all still do this?), and so much lemonade has been ingested that you must rest. Here at SparkLife, we've found the top 20 official reasons... More →
No one makes a better anthem than a music group defending the sovereignty (or whatever) of teenagedom. From the '60s (as far back as YouTube will mostly allow us to go) to today, we've scoured the internets for the Greatest Teen Anthems of All Time—a mighty paean to anti-a More →
On one fateful night on the OT my friend December was having some problems with her geometry homework. Wic, being the evil scientist she is, created the Geometry Monster. The Geometry Monster takes homework and makes it much longer and more difficult to concentrate on.
After... More →