The Internet may be convinced that oil is an okay substitute, but in recipes where eggs are the main ingredient responsible for the chemical reaction of baking, it simply won’t work.
STORY BY HUDSON WEBBER A friend of mine recently texted me and said, in reference to the Drake Relays, that “There’s...
STORY BY RUTH RONNAU Marvel’s “Daredevil” was released this past weekend and has great reviews. Rotten Tomatoes...
STORY BY TAYLOR EISENHAUER It’s come to my attention that some students want more variety when it comes to Hubbell...
STORY BY STEPHANIE KOCER
It can’t already be April 2015. It can’t. I remember when I was 18 just moving into my freshman dorm room. So naïve.
I had so much ahead of me. Senior capstone was years away. Applying for jobs was in the future.
And now it’s almost time for me to graduate from college.
Am I an adult? How does one tell if they have reached adulthood yet? Does it happen overnight? Do you get a certificate in the mail?
I don’t think I was supposed to be an adult. I want to be one, but the corndogs I just warmed up in the microwave seem to tell me differently. (more…)
STORY BY STEPHANIE KOCER
I am a firm believer in the half-hour sitcom.
Up until this year the Emmy Awards were not.
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has finally made stricter rules as to what is considered comedy at the annual award show. (more…)
STORY BY JEFF HERSHEWAY
I’ve come to have to apologize for my feelings more than just saying the words “I like you.”
For the past several years it’s been “Hey. I like you. Sorry. Go bulldogs!”
Of course, the people I’ve been romantically interested in were also my friends beforehand, so I usually was completely putting that friendship in the red.
Let’s just say I don’t have too much game in regards to dating. Or hooking up. Or living, generally.
Usually when someone tells me that they want to date me I start flipping out like I just won an Oscar.
“You really like me! You really like me! Are you sure? I wear Power Ranger t-shirts.”
Maybe I’d leave out that last part, but whatever.
What I really want to emphasize is this: crushes are so high school. (more…)
STORY BY MATT GLASOW
While we may pretend to treat everyone with the same amount of respect and fairness, these values simply are not reflected in the difference of pay between men and women in the American workforce.
Feminism, equal rights and diversity.
We preach about these terms and their importance everyday, but are we really doing anything to progress toward the goal of true uniformity within our society? (more…)
Don’t listen to Vogue: Sporting daily athleticwear outside of the gym is not a crime against fashion
STORY BY RUTH RONNAU
For whatever reason, wearing athletic clothes to class and to places other than the gym has become a new fashion statement. Maybe people like wearing athletic clothes because they are comfy.
Maybe people like wearing them because they make their butts look great. Maybe some people just like wearing athletic clothes. Whatever their reason is: I don’t care.
What clothes other people wear doesn’t really affect anyone besides the person wearing them. I mean does someone wearing athletic clothes change my day in any way? No. Not in the slightest. (more…)