Liz Lemon had a dilemma. She loved the jeans she had bought from "Brooklyn Without Limits," a store she wanted to support because it was "all about fair trade and local artisans and staying green," but then she discovered that the store was actually owned by Halliburton. She couldn't decide if she should ...
Last spring, nearly every member of Dartmouth's class of 2010 decided to donate to the senior class gift, a scholarship fund for members of the class of 2014. The record-breaking donation rate was 99.9 percent — only one student had chosen not to contribute.
In about two weeks, Americans will vote in the Congressional midterm elections. The media is focused on predicting how many seats Democrats will lose, particularly whether the party will lose caucusing majorities in the House and Senate.
Last Friday, "The Social Network" swooped into movie theaters across the country, earning sky-high reviews and a "98 percent fresh" rating from RottenTomatoes.com. The movie describes how Facebook was founded, offering a creation myth for the addictive, ubiquitous website.
When I started my sophomore year of high school, I felt like a freshman again. That was because my school had substantially renovated its campus, meaning that more than half of the building was brand new when school started in September.
Tuesday, November 2 seems as if it will be a bleak election day for progressives. Democrats look likely to lose a substantial number of seats in Congress. In fact, Republicans could take control of both the House and the Senate.
Starting college is always a significant transition. Students are — often for the first time — experiencing roommates, sharing bathrooms with strangers, figuring out how to work laundry machines and spending months at a time away from their families.
A high school senior speaks to the camera in a fake British accent and describes his passions for video games and philosophy. Another displays her drawings and paintings. Another shows off original dance moves representing pie charts and scatter plots.