Today is Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Between the commercials and repeats of “Call Me Maybe,” the radio has lost the magic it once held for me. Where the airwaves once carried beautiful tunes I’d never heard, now it is a void of teen-pop and commercials fill my ears.
I’ve done many preposterous things to get into college. “Take PE,” they said, and I did. “Analyze the author’s nonexistent intentions,” they said, and I did.
And then they asked me to memorize SAT words.
Why do people associate Snoop Dogg with marijuana? What is swag? Would Kid Cudi make good music again if he went back to smoking dope?
Unless one has been blessed with immaculate time management, chances are that some degree of procrastination is inevitable. Unfortunately for me, that degree is quite a high one. If I could have one wish in this world, I’d probably choose to be organized over getting to meet Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which is saying something.Tweet
“I didn’t start my homework until 11:32 last night!” As adolescents, teens may suffer from the seemingly incurable plague of procrastination. It lingers around them always and prevents them from effectively using their time. But what made this epidemic so widespread that it envelopes nearly all teenagers? I would argue: Facebook.Tweet
It’s that time again. The time when millions of American males across the country will grab some chips and dip, throw on their crusty team apparel, grab a seat on the couch, and tune into a Sunday packed with football.Tweet
The download button. A symbol of the 21st century. Throw out your CD’s, throw out your old vinyls, the internet age is here to stay. But as the music industry shifts almost exclusively to “the cloud,” let’s take a moment to reflect on what we’re doing.Tweet
I’m driving at midnight, but I’m not too tired, not yet. Actually, I feel surprisingly alive. Maybe it’s because this is the busiest week of my life or maybe it’s just because I need to pee really bad.Tweet
By the time you read this, I will be eighteen, which is a Very Important Age. Technically, I’ll be an adult.Tweet
Already this year, several athletes at the school have been recruited by colleges and have had to make difficult decisions on which school to pick. Student athletes must make several considerations before they make their choice.Tweet