Sunday, August 20


Black Friday is the bane of both the retail worker and proletarian existence. (Creative Commons photo by John Henderson via Flickr)

The Quad: How to survive Black Friday

There are very few things, barring fascists and Justin Bieber, that I dislike more than the concept of Black Friday. I’m a natural introvert who despises crowds and sleep deprivation, so the idea of being immobilized in a crowd of rabid shoppers at 4 a.m. Read more...

Photo: Black Friday is the bane of both the retail worker and proletarian existence. (Creative Commons photo by John Henderson via Flickr)

Black Friday is the bane of both the retail worker and proletarian existence. (Creative Commons photo by John Henderson via Flickr)



(Valaree Catangay)

Freeze Peach Friday: An Introduction

American culture is littered with sordid love affairs. From Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky to white girls and pumpkin spice lattes, perhaps none is more potent than the love affair between between academia – specifically college campus climates – and free speech. Read more...

Photo: (Valaree Catangay)

(Valaree Catangay)

Campaign merchandise, once largely limited to adhesive decals, pins and buttons, has since expanded into a bevy of goods. (Creative Commons photo by Ron Cogswell via Flickr)

Millennial’s guide to 2016 presidential election merchandise

Ah, presidential primary season. We meet again, you crazy, extravagant fool. Last week, the Iowa caucuses kicked off a months-long period where Democratic and Republican presidential candidates will duke it out for the presidential nomination from their respective parties. Read more...

Photo: Campaign merchandise, once largely limited to adhesive decals, pins and buttons, has since expanded into a bevy of goods. (Creative Commons photo by Ron Cogswell via Flickr)

Campaign merchandise, once largely limited to adhesive decals, pins and buttons, has since expanded into a bevy of goods. (Creative Commons photo by Ron Cogswell via Flickr)

Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at Drake University in Iowa in 2015. (Creative Commons photo by John Pemble via Flickr)

Which opposing presidential candidate would you vote for?

Millions of Americans will gather around their televisions Sunday night to watch what is arguably the greatest spectacle of American culture – the Super Bowl. However, Monday night, I was glued to the TV watching a spectacle that I consider to be better than any game or reality television show – the Iowa caucuses. Read more...

Photo: Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at Drake University in Iowa in 2015. (Creative Commons photo by John Pemble via Flickr)

Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaking at Drake University in Iowa in 2015. (Creative Commons photo by John Pemble via Flickr)