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“It’s not a _____, it’s a lifestyle.” From high school lacrosse to electronic music to investment banking, this is a phrase Bros have a strange
It’s an interesting time of year right now. The college internship hunt is in full swing, not-yet-employed college seniors are discovering that findingajobisafulltimejob, and those
I'm not here to tell you that brunch is a thing. Given the need for girls to "be seen" and Bros to wake up late
If you’re a fan of the television series “Freaks and Geeks”-- nowadays one of the most beloved members of the “misunderstood genius” pantheon-- you may
I’m one of those people who never wastes a chance to tell others I grew up in the epitome of Long Island suburbia, so naturally
Like many a Dr. Suess work, the “Butter Battle Book” uses wack-sauce rhymes and names to innocently mask some serious real-world issues. In this case,
If you’ve ever read Justin Halpern’s best-selling book “Sh*t My Dad Says,” you’ll know that as much as Sam Halpern defies all definitions of people
We all realize that life isn't the same anymore. Sure, you may convince yourself that "you're really loving this stage of life," but by having
Would our childhood heroes still be as heroic in 2013? Doubtful.
It's no secret that text messaging is pretty cool, but it also kind of sucks. With smartphones having established clear protocols that weren't around back
Growing up, I spent a lot of time waiting for rides. Rides to soccer practice, birthday parties, other “playdates”--the ages 6-14 are really a remarkable
Sure, it would be SICK if that sh*t went viral. But would it really be that sick? Here are seven reasons why viral fame may
A few days ago, I stumbled across this excellent article that nicely captured what it's like to reflect on your days as a falsely jaded
Bros vs. Hipsters. It’s a battle as fierce as Drake vs. Chris Brown.
If today’s best and brightest television stars went to college, where would they land in the Natty-crushing spectacle that is present-day Greek Life? We figured