From Our Partners In Crime: The Oscars, JK Rowling, Health Mistakes, Advice for the Jobless, and Campus Hotness

Welcome to our weekly column: From Our Partners in Crime – a collection of people, products, activities, and trends that are adored by our generation. Enjoy!

TNGG Loves: The Most Stand-Out Oscar Moments…For Better Or Worse

Miss the Oscars this week? While it wasn’t the most eventful in Oscar history, the sheer number of antics (for better or worse) were definitely of note. To drinking games on stage to Billy Crystal’s slightly racist humor to Angelina Jolie’s leg, there are a few meme-worthy memories. [College Candy]

TNGG Loves: 10 Health Mistakes You’re Making Right Now Because You Think You’re Too Busy

When our careers take over, one of the first things we sacrifice is our health. Consider this a friendly reminder to get yourself back on track. The healthier the body, the healthier the mind, and the healthier the mind, the better you will do at work, and the more your boss will reward you. [Brazen Careerist]


This headline is in all caps for a reason. While J.K. Rowling has officially ended the Harry Potter series, it’s been confirmed that she’s in the works of penning a new “grown-up” novel. [Hello Giggles]

TNGG Loves: Great Motivation for Jobless Grads

We get it, the economy is tough right now. Not to be a Debbie Downer but unemployment can have negative effects on those unemployed and those that support them, like family and friends. Here are quotes and facts to get your back on your feet. [YouTern]

TNGG Loves: Is “Hotness” of the Student Body Important in Selecting a College?

Sometimes a great alumni network and study-abroad program just doesn’t cut it. Gentleman, ladies, if you’re going to spend at least four years at your future educational institute you might as well pick a well-rounded gene pool. [Good Men Project]

DISCLOSURE: TNGG has not been paid by any of the products, companies, or people mentioned in this article. All opinions stated here belong solely to the author.

Photo courtesy of Hello Giggles.

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