The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Matt Damon, has done phenomenal in the box office and it isn’t hard to see why.
Whether it’s to save up for school, put some extra money in your pocket, or go on a relaxing vacation with friends, now is a great time to start searching for that perfect summer job.
Long hours spent doing research papers. Late nights studying at the library. Working one sometimes two full time jobs all the while going to school and finding time to have a social life. You finally made it through the fun, challenging, and sometimes crazy college years and now you’re graduating.
So what’s up with the latest agenda being pushed that people can’t hang out with the opposite sex without there being feelings involved?
Spring is here which means sexy rainy days and stolen kisses on romantic walks. The birds are chirping, the grass is greener, and the sun’s shining, it may feel like a whole new world has opened its doors up.
Some may know him as an environmentalist. Others relate to him as an activist. While both are true, almost every American childhood memory can be traced back to reading at least one of his collection of exciting and rhyming children’s books. Theodor Seuss Gisel, or his pen name Dr. Seuss, was more than just a children’s book author, he was conveyed a message behind each story and pushed widely discussed and sometimes controversial topics.
It’s another Friday night and all of your friends are going out on amazing dates or at least it seems that way according to Instagram.
Today, Dan Harris, Co-Anchor of ABC News and Good Morning America, is set to speak to students about how to be 10% happier in their everyday lives.
A person in their twenties is usually set on living life to the fullest. It is the time when a person really discovers who they are and what they’re truly passionate about.
It should go without saying that we all should know our bodies and how it functions. Seems simple enough yet, there’s still a level of embarrassment or even shame that causes people to whisper at the simple mention of the word vagina. Yes, even in the 21st century, society still writes off the most natural and complex part of the female body as weird, unclean, or disgusting.