Saturday, July 22, 2017

The Christian Lifestyle: Choosing Your Candidate

How do I know what I stand for during this political season? How do I be informed and know which candidate is best for me? — Anonymous An onlooker of the political stadium, which is...

The Christian Lifestyle: Rave Etiquette

What is the etiquette for raves? — Anonymous There exists some semblance of etiquette for everything, period — lest we allow the contemporary Michael Derrick Hudsons of the world to bathe in their nihilistic solipsism....

The Christian Lifestyle: New to SoCal

I’m new to California and I want to know how can I adjust to living life here? Is there anything I should know about the SoCal culture or the California culture in general? —...

The Christian Lifestyle: Heart Broken

I recently got my heart broken by someone. How do I mitigate the pain? — Anonymous We’re rapidly approaching Valentine's season: shaming singles through lavish consumeristic contests on who can most prominently display their affection....

The Christian Lifestyle: New Year, New Me

Question: How do I become the “new me” this year? — Anonymous Self-reinvention depends entirely on the basis of what you actually can do. If the “new me” is a powerful demigod capable of growing...

The Christian Lifestyle: Advice Column

Q: I’m currently writing an essay and I don’t know where to start. What should I do?  -Anonymous   Always start at JSTOR. Plebeians begin their adventure in the shallow waters of Wikipedia with their Abercrombie-esque...

The Christian Lifestyle: Advice Column

After provoking American Airlines and Southwest to duke it out for his plane ticket on Twitter — the decisive factor being the former’s offer to role-play Old Hollywood with apple juice — Christian Gerard...

Vino & Visas: The Comeback

Around this time a year ago, I was sitting around my kitchen table in Bologna, Italy with Lily and Rebecca — my two favorite travel buddies — drinking wine and eating fresh baguettes with...

Vino & Visas: Ci Vediamo, Italia. Un Bacio.

I’m not good with goodbyes, which is why I’m so grateful Italians are never saying it. Instead, they use the phrase, “ci vediamo,” which is most similar to our English expression, “see you later.”...

Vino & Visas: Flirting with Foreign Boys

Since practically the moment I arrived in Italy, my friends and family have been asking me, "So have you met any cute Italian boys yet?” I guess it's a natural and fully-warranted inquiry, given...