The night before Taylor Swift’s new album “Reputation” was unleashed upon the waiting world, I boldly announced to my squad, “If Taylor doesn’t address her political silence on the album, I think I’m going to have to let her go.”
I can say without a doubt that the Varsity Theatre is my favorite thing on Franklin Street. That seems like litotes.
We are all learning. As young people, we possess some of the greatest awareness when it comes to social justice issues. Like everyone else, there have been times when I was unaware of larger narratives. People have called me out for it; sometimes graciously and sometimes not as much.
Campus Health has been a sort of home away from home for me as an undergrad.
The “Athleisure” look used to baffle me. As a first year, I remember being shocked at how many women wore oversized shirts that covered their Nike shorts.
This column will be published on the last day of class. When Tyler, the opinion editor, told me I could write a column for today, I obviously thought a long time about what would be the most appropriate.
It might be dangerous to put this in print, but here goes: I used to actively avoid UNC basketball. Now that I’ve written it, it feels good to get it out.
About two weeks ago, Lorde blessed the world with her new song “Green Light,” the first single from her upcoming album “Melodrama.”
My favorite TV show is ending. “Girls,” the often controversial and critiqued HBO series, is ending. While the mourning period hasn’t yet hit me, my friends and I can still bemoan the ridiculous choices the characters in the show make.
If you haven’t seen the romantic comedy classic “You’ve Got Mail,” you haven’t really lived. I started to think about this movie quite often because, at its heart, it’s about bookstores.
My dad took me to see “Spider-Man” the first week of its release in 2002. I walked out of the theater feeling a little dazed; my seven-year-old self had never seen that much action, apart from the minuscule amount in films like “Mulan” and “Hercules.” It was exciting, adventurous and seemed so real. I wanted to see the movie again, because it was that movie that made me decide I was a comic book film fan.