Monday, March 27, 2017

The Christian Lifestyle: Saving and Spending

I want to learn how to use my money better. What are some of your own strategies or philosophies? Thanks! — Anonymous I never thought a day would come when someone asks me for financial...

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...

Freshmen Faux Pas: Project Lunch

When I was in high school, I remember asking my friend what she liked most about her first year in college. Heavily influenced by television and movies as I was, I assumed she’d say...

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....

Freshman Faux Pas: To Party or Not to Party, That is the Question

The clock had just ticked past midnight, and I was still (unsuccessfully) uncorking my sister’s only bottle of Moscato D’Asti (which, I immediately learned, I would drink over hard liquor any day). In a...

It’s Time We Had a Chat

The side-eye. One subtle glance of disgust. A slight eyebrow raise if you’ve really offended someone. The thousands who have walked through the halls of UCSD have been trained to hone our “Triton eye.”...

The Christian Lifestyle: How to Start Reading

How can I find time to read for fun in college?— Anonymous As a Literature major, trust: if the weekly line-up for my classes is, a novel or two, secondary literature to accompany such discourses,...

Freshman Faux Pas: Dating: Crazy, Stupid, Vincent.

We were sprawled across the wooden floor of my one-car garage-converted-to-room and passed around a bottle of tangerine wine (if you scoff at my drink of choice, whatever, I’m poor, and it was $5)....

Freshman Faux Pas: The Suite Life of a Freshman’s First Year

Remember that one time when your suitemate threw up just as he walked through the front door? It happened to be on the carpet, in front of your room. You’d only assume that someone...

Vino and Visas: Realizations of a Quasi-European

This winter break, I was lucky to have my mom, dad and sister come visit me in Italy. We were in the Tuscan countryside for Christmas, spent New Year’s in Rome and then enjoyed...

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