We grow up with the characters we love. We see them at their best and worst; we know their weaknesses and their strengths. We exalt their victories and mourn their losses, and we flare with anger and frustration when they are challenged or antagonized. Imperfect as they are, we accept them, and, like our friends in real life, we often overlook and excuse their bad behavior simply because we love them.
While staying informed and being socially responsible is imperative in a situation like this one, it is not everything. Sometimes, you will need a break from the bad news. The Hurricane is here to help.
Cosmopolitan pulls ‘Bachelor’ cover amid contestant’s alleged White Lives Matter campaign, students respond
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Whether you’ve already casted your vote or will be doing so on Nov. 6, join MTV, your friends and other young people determined to make a difference in winding down after a particularly stressful election season.
Carlos Rivera came to the 70th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards an unassuming nominee, but left a winner of his first Emmy award for the show’s theme music.
“I do really love her as a character and I think that she really brings a lot to the show,” sophomore Maya Thompkins said. “So, it’s going to be interesting to see how they are going to be able to continue without her.”
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