I turn the wheel back toward the center of the road for her and, again, I am leading her home.
It seems like there’s always some sort of test going on. Whether it’s midterms, finals, or just a regular old examination, the same ritual gets repeated: procrastinate studying for exam, freak out about studying for exam, stay up until 3 a.m. cramming, and then drag yourself out of bed, throw on some sweats, and run
When most people hear about an art heist, they tend to picture masked men in black sneaking into museums in the dead of night and dodging high tech security devices. This was absolutely not the case earlier this month in Los Angeles, when, in broad daylight, two distinctly unmasked men ‘stole’ a recent Banksy piece.
I’m sitting in a pub in London. Really one of the best spots in the city, but it gets me thinking: This place, London, is ruthless, it has its own agenda, and we are subjects of its immutable strength and growth, bombarded by dampness, relentlessly offered a “Free Evening Standard” hundreds of times each day,
The dinner party is an art infrequently practiced among college students. Lack of space, money, and enthusiasm are the recipe for resorting to dining halls and restaurants rather than cooking for friends. But two Tufts students, who have found more than enough enthusiasm and a way to get around the money and space issues, have
The technology of music is always evolving. Not just in the obvious ways either—the synthesized beats and computer noises that are so prevalent in modern music aren’t the only contribution technology has made. Software that allows programs like iTunes Genius and Pandora to choose complementary music has revolutionized the way we listen. Even before our
FREELANCE WHALES by Katie Christiansen Want to go to a fun concert? Go see Freelance Whales. It’s pop, it’s danceable, it’s an unabashed good time and when they inevitably get famous you can say, “I saw them first.” To be honest, though, the first listen-through I gave to Weatherwaves, the freshman effort from the Queens-based
Over the past several weeks and months, there has been much discussion over the controversial idea of a public option for Americans without health insurance. While the merits and the flaws of such a healthcare plan have been tirelessly debated, we can all agree that it is time to breathe new life into our education
Explain your name (please!) The name stems from an experience that Judah had as a child while spending time with his father in Israel. His father lived near the Sea of Galilee, and the kids all used to have diving competitions to see who could go the deepest. One day, Judah dove to the bottom
How can an abstract picture book of a dozen or so sentences be fleshed out into a 90-minute feature film, let alone a 300-page novel? And who would ever have the nerve to do so with such a beloved book as Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are? Somehow Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers thought
As students, we should be disappointed with the way Obama’s healthcare legislation has been reported to the millions of anxious Americans watching intently. For a bill so relevant to each and every one of us living in America, whether in school or in the working world, the press has covered the hotheaded arguing and name-calling
What is it that can turn rational, well-adjusted individuals into raving lunatics after just a hook up or two? Anthropologists, psychologists, and biologists call it the addiction of romantic love, and I’m here to break it down. Maybe you met him in the basement of AEPi and took a break from rubbing your ass up