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Death In Life’s Perspective – Remembering Grandma on Mother’s Day

I’m an intended communications major. I’m constantly interacting with others. I am bi-literate, and with two languages, I often find myself talking more than not. However, at my grandmother’s funeral, when it was my turn to speak, I found myself in a paralyzed state. I couldn’t get up, I couldn’t speak. I just had tears […]

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5 Female Dancers Who Changed The Face of Dance Forever

I’ve been dancing since I was four years old. Naturally, International Dance Day is my favorite holiday. I’ve done nearly every style you could possibly think of. And with the help of YouTube, dance exhibitions, and real-life encounters with some amazing choreographers, the people I’ve watched and worked with over the years have truly changed […]

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#500WordRant

***Disclaimer: This in no way represents the male population as a whole. In the spirit of satire, I proudly present… To Mr. Chauvinistic: What’s wrong with a girl making the first move? In theory, absolutely nothing. In practice, society paints her as eager and desperate. What patriarch decided that I am not allowed to text […]

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How to Choose The Perfect Roommate

First off, congrats! If you’re reading this, I’m assuming you’re going to college. That’s rad. Soon enough, you’ll be invited by some eager freshman to join your class’s roommate search Facebook group. Don’t be alarmed if you get it fairly soon there really are some eager students out there who want to get things done […]

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HELP!!! A Guide To Tutoring by Rochell Rotenberg

I’ve always sucked at math. Like literally terrible. I’m almost done with my first year of college, and I still count on my fingers. Throughout my academic career, I was always extremely envious of people who had a natural understanding of subjects that I struggled so much with. You know who I’m talking about- the […]

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5 Vegan Myths- BUSTED: By Rochell Rotenberg

Veganism (n): refrainment from consuming animal products, not only meat but also eggs, dairy products and other animal-derived substances. Ahhhhh, veganism. Growing up in L.A., I was very much used to going to unique and versatile restaurants that accommodated nearly every diet that exists. I discovered my personal dietary restrictions fairly recently, around the same […]

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What To Do When You’re This Close To Losing It by Rochell Rotenberg

It’s midterm season- and you know what that means. Caffeine overload, the realization that you started studying way too late, and stress. Lots and lots of stress. Sound familiar? FEAR NOT- years of test taking anxiety have given me the perfect routine to de-stress, recuperate, and truly kick midterm season’s butt. First things first: calm […]