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January 23, 2018

Posts by: Tina Vlamis

Christmas Music

In order to survive, living things must evolve. White fur is developed so polar bears can blend into the snow. Specific shaped beaks are formed so the finches on the Galapagos islands can extract nectar from flowers. And so I can survive the winter, I listen to Christmas music. I hate the winter. My Greek

Dear Incoming Freshman 2.0

My sophomore year, I wrote a piece entitled “Dear Incoming Freshman”. It’s only been two years since I wrote my first advice article, but I feel as though I have lived a million lifetimes since. Seeing as I am now a sage, wise elderly person (I celebrated my 17th birthday last month) I figured I

Roommate Revision

“I’m looking for someone who can stay in and watch Netflix but also go out and go to parties with me!” “My favorite shows are Shameless, One Tree Hill, and The Office.” “I’m into rap but honestly listen to anything! I have a super diverse music taste.” “Message me if you’re interested!” “Looking for somebody

Lurking

“Lurking” traditionally summons an image of a masked man in a trenchcoat, spying on his prey in the shadows. Frightening. However, the new definition is far less threatening- picture a teenage girl, armed with the lovely irrationality and over-analyzation that comes with being a teenager, holding a device that contains a full profile of information

The Best Memes of 2016

In the song Seasons of Love, a famous question is asked, “How do you measure a year in the life?” The song suggests measuring a year in daylights, in sunsets, in midnights, in cups of coffee. Well, that sounds beautiful, but I measure years my own way. In memes. To be more specific, I measure

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