The study break is a broad concept. Sometimes, it means a snack and a power nap. Other times, it’s a walk or five minutes in silence. Often, however, what’s needed to revive the brain and spirit is some good ol’ fashioned mindless television.
Some thoughts on the newest horoscopes.
It’s a new year and a new episode of Tea Time! Madi and Audrey cover trains, planes, automobiles, and movie critics, among other things. Also, new tunes are shared, because everyone needs a playlist refresh for the start of the spring semester.
Instead of passively waiting for Lambda to decide whether or not to reestablish themselves, Butler is actively coaxing them back onto campus by paying architects and designers to create a feasible vision for the new house.
Though subjects may be taught in different buildings, every field of study can be enriched with perspectives from different disciplines.
Continually gross incompetence involving officiating is plaguing football in its biggest moments and ruining viewers’ respect for the league.
New Year’s resolutions can be tough. Narrowing down all of your life improvement goals into a single, streamlined list of priorities is undoubtedly a daunting task. Even now, as we near the end of January, many are in need of inspiration for just how to go about it. Good news: the stars are here to help. Bad news: I’m not a phenomenal translator of said stars, but wrote a series of New Year’s horoscopes anyway. Here they are!
Despite a superficial focus on social issues, corporations should not be inherently trusted to follow through on implicit promises.
As tempting as it may be to post one’s grades to social media, the ripple effect could be larger than anticipated.
Columnist Douglas Roche III shares his experiences from his semester abroad and the things he took home from his studies and travels.