How lessons learned from your childhood athletics can help you in the business world.
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After reading a recent poll in The New York Times, it was hard not to believe we really are doomed to be miserable – until I read the poll more closely.
Follow this plan, watch those bodies get tight, and you’re sure to be on the express train to Poundtown this Spring Break.
A list of things you should never say/do in bed. Obviously, this is not a complete list.
A retort to the ridiculously biased, unresearched and just-plain-mean post on TechCrunch. Paul Carr, The Next Great Generation would like to tell you that you, in fact, suck more than our alleged lack of a work ethic.
A Montreal nightclub did what nightclubs do best and hosted a party. On the Facebook event for this shindig it was proclaimed, “NO FAT GIRLS ALLOWED!!!!!!!” Apparently, this offended some people. Probably the exact people it was aimed at. …And let me tell you, they aren’t hard to miss…
I despise writing about myself in the first person. That reaches off the keyboard to when I’m speaking, as a senior studying awesomeness at Mizzou, about myself. I just don’t like talking about myself, whether I’m talking about my adoration of adventures or my belief in the Gospel of the Fresh Prince. Doesn’t it seem like talking about yourself in the first person is just patting yourself on the back for kicking ass at life every single day? Yeah, I would never do a thing like that.
Hairstyles help define your lifestyle. Whether you rock it as part of your identity, as part of an experiment, or because you got so wasted last night that you let your bro play barbershop on your scalp, your hairstyle is an extension of who you are, what you do, where you’re going and how you want other people to define you.
They say it’s America the Beautiful – but how many of us have explored our own country the way we explore others when we travel abroad? There are plenty of opportunities for cultural experiences in the United States and experience an American life other than your own.
For better, worse or alcoholic, Generation Y is more like Generation Y-the-hell-would-I-not-take-another-shot? Drinking games and getting drunk are glorified in the culture we live in, and it’s all just about having fun to us.