There are less than two weeks before Oct. 31, and some of us are still trying to figure out ways in which we can somehow stay spooky despite the coronavirus pandemic. Well, worry not.
Covid-19 has stripped a lot of fun out of 2020, but I, for one, do not intend to let it steal Halloween, too.
In less than a day, he had over 4,000 subscribers. In one week, he had accumulated over 13k likes.
The network, a long-time competitor of holiday movie maven Hallmark, has emerged with an exciting (and somewhat unexpected) Christmas miracle—its first LGBTQ holiday movie.
Maybe the comparisons to African wildlife were unnecessary, but they do convey that high school drama seems ridiculous when put into perspective. The way both Regina and Cady rise and fall from fame reveals just how superficial and insignificant high school popularity is.
While many student organizations have been forced to stop meetings due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Tufaan—the university’s only South Asian fusion a capella group—has not let the virtual transition stop their thunder.
A look into disingenuous marketing, self-fulfilling prophecies and what it means to tackle themes with varying shades of gray.
It’s a phenomenon that demonstrates how people’s outer appearances can affect their mental processes, and it’s been a topic of scientific discussion for years. But, where does it fit now that students are learning from the comfort of their bedrooms?
Helen Blondel’s new business is POPpin’ off—pun totally intended. After losing her day job in human resources to Covid-19, veteran performer Helen Blondel took a leap of faith, starting online fitness platform BellyPOP, which offers courses in belly dancing and professional entertainment.