It was the much sought-after perfect weekend: Harvard/Yale 2010.
Ballet in the real world
Just balance. Plié a little better every time. Stick to the motion until the motion sticks to your body. You can always stand a little taller, and stretch a little further. Feel the rhythm of your aura. Really taste the water as you drink it. Remember that you don’t know your own strength, or your »
The deal with punctuality at Yale (by which I mean the deal with the lack of punctuality at Yale) goes something like: 95 percent of us are 10 to 15 minutes late, 90 percent of the time. The delusional entitlement that leads to the lapse in the Yale clock is similar to the situation in »
Of Rats and Recess
This late October midterm period, the whole campus seems to be running on empty. And worse than running on empty, some are actually losing gas they don’t have as they go along, which is kind of like vomiting as you run. Today I walked by two people mid-breakdown in the two-block walk from my room »
Last week, my friend Alex told everyone that our friend Emily was a !#&* bitch because she had failed to respond to three texts he sent her over two days. It was a joke, a party spiel, but he was upset — the complaint was not fundamentally unreasonable. As college students in the 21st century, »