by PAJAH WILLIAMS
Despite the criticism he has received for his brutal honesty and politically incorrect statements, Donald Trump seems to be a guy with his toupee on straight –- I’m sorry, his head is on straight. The toupee is a little crooked.
Nonetheless, the man is very direct and seems to be the only presidential candidate who has plans of making America great again. Again, you know like in the past when America was such a beautiful nation blooming with grace, vigor, reputation… and racism. The good old days when you could lynch humans for sport and then turn around and claim a seat in congress or as a doctor or a lawyer – professions that ironically endorse things like justice and the value of respecting human life. You know, irony is a lost art in these increasingly liberal States and here comes good ole Trump hoping to claim it back.
by SCOTT WILLIAMS
Shortly after my grandmother’s death in 2009, I discovered just how much you could accomplish with a knife. The crease of my elbow may have been in pain, but my heart and my mind were in significantly less pain. It happened a few more times that year, but then my faith grew, I discovered I had a support system, and I was not alone.
by STUEY THE DRAGON
My roommate is desperately in love with my best friend, and she does not know how to handle it. He is constantly making inappropriate, crude comments towards her and really makes everyone around uncomfortable. He says he is joking, and that it is all in good fun, but sometimes he takes it too far. Stuey, what’s good?
If your roommate is making others feel as if he is violating them, there is a problem. No one’s “jokes” should continue to the point where people are genuinely feeling uncomfortable. It is one thing to make a few crude jokes every once in a while, but there is a line that people should not cross. I suggest you talk to your roommate about the issue. Tell him that he should try to tone down the crude humor. Maybe suggest him to him that he may be taking it too far without telling him he is making people feel violated. If he does not stop, then you definitely need to tell someone about that, because it is not okay. Talk to your RA, please.
I have been rejecting leggings as pants for years. All through high school, I would sneer at the girls who came to class in yoga pants and leggings. I had somehow convinced myself that I was above them, that I was somehow a better person for wearing jeans. Now that I am in college, I realize that I was wrong and that wearing leggings as pants are life. That being said, I don’t know how to apologize to everybody I hurt by being prejudice against leggings. Stuey, what’s good?
I am sorely disappointed that you are so late to the leggings bandwagon. However, I am so happy that you are now enlightened. Welcome to the dark side. You should just record a video of you flexing your full range of motion and send it out as an apology. Your fellow legging-lovers will understand what you are trying to say and forgive you immediately. You can’t be blamed for your ignorance; all that matters is that you know what is right now.