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Beware the Mercury Retrograde

This Tuesday, I slipped up my front steps, shattering my phone and ripping my favorite pair of work khakis. Two nights ago, my best friend realized that she lost her driver’s license. She leaves for Arizona this weekend and has no alternative ID. My roommate…

Weirder Things

You like “Stranger Things.” I like “Stranger Things.” We all like “Stranger Things.” Given the show’s explosively memorable debut in 2016, it’s hard to remember what the world looked like before. “Stranger Things” has become a staple of modern pop culture and is easily one…

Harley Quinn and the Rebranding Issue

After a disappointing opening weekend, Warner Bros. has rebranded their latest superhero film, commonly known as “Birds of Prey”, proving the point that top billing is important. Originally, released as “Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)”, the film, centered around…

Jake Paul’s dangerous new exploit

We could rehash a million of the insidious or just downright annoying things that Jake Paul has done: his choice of filming in the suicide forest, his general disrespect for other cultures or his deliberate objectification of women. We could also just forget about him…

Voyeur 2020 💕

Dear Readers,  Welcome to the Voyeur 2020! Every year, we publish a Valentine’s Day edition of our Voice section in order to bring a spirit of love to campus. This Valentine’s Day, we are excited to bring you a number of stories about love and…

Ghosting: It just wasn’t fate? You can always automate!

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  Virtually dropping off the face of the Earth to escape an ‘inconvenient’ relationship, whether deeply rooted or freshly sprung, has never been an easy task. It seems like it’s gotten a little easier with the tech of the…

Which one is harder in LGBTQ dating

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  LGBTQ relationships are harder than opposite gender dating. Period. But for the sake of this one-on-one, Jade Sewell and Tony Xu will make their cases for whether the dating scene is tougher for lesbians or gays. This…

Valentine’s Day is Karl Marx’s opium-induced fever-dream

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  We don’t really need another article talking about how Valentine’s Day is a commercialized hellscape. I think everyone’s intellectually aware that it’s something of a scam; I think everyone knows in their head that love doesn’t need to…

5 historical events that change the way you think of Valentine’s Day

This article is part of the Voyeur 2020  Whether you are planning a five-course meal, double-feature, bubble-bath-to- cap-it-off date night or just staying home and doing homework on your Valentine’s Day, it’s easy to forget the historical events that have taken place on the 14th…

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