Maybe senior year is far more about confronting grief than sparking joy. Maybe letting go does not require abandoning sentimentality. Maybe the most sentimental thing we can do is let go.
Kent McDonald (searching for a boyfriend) and Annie Kiyonaga (searching for an LFIT) are UNC’s premier (only!) satirical advice columnists. Results may vary.
"Know your status" on World AIDS Day this year and get tested for HIV.
YAFI brings you a holiday gift-giving guide for all kinds of friends.
YAFI is feeling very tired today.
I look expectantly at the Genius Bar employee surveying my phone. He looks uncomfortable. Another drop of water rolls down my face. As I go to wipe it away, still confused about where this water is coming from, several more drops fall down my cheek. It takes me another second to realize what’s happening. I’m crying.
Kent McDonald (Tia) and Annie Kiyonaga (Tamara) are the writers of UNC’s premier (only!) satirical advice column. Results may vary.
I am afraid. I am afraid of so many things — climate change, the GOP, cockroaches living in my kitchen — but most of all, I am afraid of how much I like you.
Taylor Swift's latest social media post is symbolic of America's current political atmosphere and the importance of speaking out.
It's been quite the week for politics and entertainment, which at this point are basically synonymous.
The 2016 election is on the horizon (sort of).