As a fellow people-pleaser, saying “no” to family, friends or even complete strangers has always been a struggle for me.
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Due to limited amounts of time and the tremendous amount of stress and pressure college students face in regard to maintaining good grades, more and more students seem to blindly memorize facts to pass tests instead of retaining the material in applicable ways.
Although Netflix originals, specifically romantic comedies, remain increasingly sought after, many perpetuate harmful stereotypes, double standards and unhealthy relationships.
Students living off-campus should continue maintaining a standard of courtesy to their neighbors and property owners as responsible residents of Columbia.
Disney’s live-action remakes continue to fall short of recreating the magic and visual masterpieces of its classics.
The backlash sparked by the University of Kansas’s decision to offer a class titled “Angry White Male Studies” clearly shows why these types of discussions need to happen in the first place.
HBO's documentary “Leaving Neverland” makes it apparent that the resurfaced assault charges against Michael Jackson shouldn’t simply be tossed aside.
Critics are mistaking actuality for romanticism in the newest true crime movie “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.”