Tony Soprano. Walter White. Don Draper. And just for fun, let’s throw in Dr. Gregory House, Jack Bauer, and a young Hannibal Lecter.
Making friends in unlikely places can be a rewarding and gratifying experience.
Self-abuse, in its many forms, lives on because of the love we give it.
People with eating disorders work hard for years to change their habits and perspective, but none of us will ever be done.
Comparing yourself to other students is the easiest way to make personal limitations into a source of intense shame
“Do you understand the rules?”
“Do you know the safety word?”
“Do you have any previous medical conditions,
such as epilepsy or other seizure disorders?”
“Then stand here, arms by your sides, and don’t
Does American Idol even exist anymore? Sure, it’s still there on your TV Guide schedule.
Geoffrey Fletcher is the first African American to win an Oscar for best adapted screenplay. He won the award for Precious, his first major motion picture, based on the novel Push by Sapphire, in 2009.
With its brick sidewalks, pine trees, ivy-covered fences and crunchy dead leaves, Cambridge is an easy place to call home. We—Cambridge and I—have gotten to know each other over the years. Everything I was proud of and everything I was ashamed of happened in Cambridge.
Dec 9, 12:01pm
Columbia College Student Council correspondent Elizabeth Sedran brings you the latest from the council’s last meeting. What They’ve Done: CCSC Passed the University Events Management resolution. The resolution created the... Read More
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