It may be a new year, but when it comes to fashion, we’re back in 2000. Velour, micro-skirts and platform flip-flops make up the quintessential Y2K look, and style columnist Lisa Gorelik CM ’25 has all the tips.
Overwhelmed with juggling classwork, extracurriculars and other commitments with a social life? Health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22 recommends taking these steps.
Q: “A few of my close friends have recently started experimenting with hard drugs. Although they’ve invited me to join them each time, I’ve always declined because I’ve had bad experiences with drugs in the past. I don’t think I have a right to express an opinion on their choices,
Q: “I’m miserable here. I have friends and I like class and I have a job and I really am trying to have a perfect college experience but I’m incredibly sad and I don’t know how to fix it. Help?” A: As I was reading your question, the first
Ask Addison is a print column of The Student Life for all of your life conundrums. A note from Addison: I’m Addison but feel free to call me Addy. I’m new to the 5Cs — exact college unbeknownst to you — but definitely not new to this crazy thing we
Dear Jasper, Everyone seems to only see me as someone they want to hook up with, rather than someone they want to spend time with and get to know. It’s flattering at times, but it’s painful more often. All I want is to find someone to fall in love with
Hey Jasper! When do you think are appropriate times to approach someone to talk to them? Everyone always seems so busy and there never seems to be a good time to do so. More broadly, how does one go about initiating a conversation amidst our crazy academic lives? Sincerely, Shy
Dear Annie, Recently I’ve been having trouble with a guy friend of mine. Basically, he acts like we’re dating, even though we’re not. He’ll walk around holding my hand, be really physical at parties, and send me really long texts that sound like he’s really interested in me. But, at the
Dear Annie, How do I ask a guy out? We have class together, but I’ve never really talked to him outside of it. I know I like him, but there’s no real way I can ask him to hang out casually—any approach would seem romantic. Should I ask him on a
How do we accept what we need to change about ourselves without hating ourselves, and how can we love ourselves without becoming egocentric and cocky? To live a happy and fulfilling life, we need both self-appreciation and self-improvement. However, there are elements of both that we must be wary of—they