Sunday, April 23, 2017

Sensing Finals

written by: Brittney Lu, Lifestyle Co-Editor Three times a year — four, when including the masochistic need to take summer session to graduate on time — we undergo the horror that is finals week. This...

The Game of California

San Francisco // written by: Annika Olives, Lifestyle Associate Editor  Nestled between ocean and bay, San Francisco is an incredibly popular tourist destination famous for its orange-red (not golden!) bridge, sloping hills and year-round fog....

How to Live Your Life by an ESYS Major: Fashion and Sustainability

written by: Nadia Link, Lifestyle Contributing Columnist I am the last person you should take fashion advice from. Whenever my friends ask me, “which one looks better?” my answer usually contrasts with the group consensus....

Fashion Faux Better or Faux Worse

written by: Jocelyn Yang and Tara Nejad, Lifestyle Staff Writers Time for spring cleaning? Family or friends secretly nominate you for a humiliating episode of “What Not to Wear?”  No worries — your friends Stacy...

Tell Me Your Story Installation

written by: Brittney Lu, InterVarsity Leader “What’s your name? Major? College? How can I take everything about you and throw it into a nine-digit code to make it easier to upload your grades online?...

Taking the Road Less Traveled: Being Liberal Arts at UCSD

written by: Annika Olives Coming into UC San Diego, I declared psychology without a second thought. It had long been my favorite subject — I loved the brain, but I also loved analyzing humans, and...

What Is Love: Exploring the Biology, Philosophy and Psychology of Amor

written by: Annika Olives, Lifestyle Staff Writer It all starts with a spark. And then come the butterflies. Euphoria. Intense emotion. You begin to think they’re the one. Love is one of the most well-studied phenomena...

Food for Thought

Let me paint you a picture — precisely at 3:27 p.m., my eyelids grow heavy, the lecture slowly melts into a background hum, the attachable desk morphs into a pillow, and, oh no, looks...

I’m Lovin’ It: Why Americans Dine Out

written by Annika Olives, Lifestyle Staff Writer Ask a teenager what their hobbies are and most of them will say Netflix, sleeping and, of course, eating. Food is a vital part of survival, but it’s...

Plot Twist, There’s More Than La Jolla

San Diego has more to offer than UCSD and the Trader Joe’s on La Jolla Village Drive. So before the quarter get’s wild, make a round about town to savor what this city has...

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