DO: Keep it simple, creative and thoughtful.
Tired of soaking in the tepid ambiance that is the O.C., and before I could become completely paralyzed by the Irvine sun, I took off for a year to Toulouse, France. Sure, I was scared and yes, I knew I would miss my family and friends, but I also knew that if I didn’t seize […]
If you think about it, love and cannibalism have a lot in common. There are Monday mornings when one wakes up with a pre-manifested impression of the rest of the week Tweet This Post
DON’T: Plan dinner at a restaurant where no one is under 40.
Imagine yourself 40 feet in the air, perched on wires and your goal is to cross to the other side without falling. You’d think you were in an episode of ‘The Real World/Road Rules Challenge.’ Now mix in the condition that you cannot hold on to anything else except your teammates to get across. The […]
Dozens of debates, surveys, films and even scientific studies have attempted to answer the old-age question of whether a man and a woman can ever be ‘just friends.’ That which makes the idea of platonic relationships between the sexes so contentious is the tentative boundary that divides the intimacy of friendship from romantic affection. We […]
For the average student, Sunday night generally turns out to be the time to play catch-up on all the studying and school work that probably should have been finished over the weekend, or at least a time to mull over it. However, for Charlotte Todd and the sisters of Pi Beta Phi, as well as […]
Behind the unadorned cinderblock walls and picture windows, where only light passes through, sit UC Irvine’s philosophy students in classrooms asking epistemological questions such as, ‘Am I justified to believe that my professor is teaching in front of me?’ and uttering metaphysical statements such as, ‘There could be an unperceivable pink duck in the classroom.’ […]
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