In a relationship far, far away

Ask Me Anyway

Noelle-Reyes-full

How do you handle a long-distance relationship? Let’s be real, long-distance relationships freaking suck. There is absolutely no freaking fathomable reason for any sane person on the entire freaking planet to suffer through a long-distance relationship, except for one: You want to. But before you think I’m just a single Read More…

How to college

The Millennial Meltdown

AnnonymousJACOBfull

I think I’ve been able to accrue enough experience over these two unqualifiedly spectacular years to be able to impart some knowledge and advice — and definitely a few high-velocity heads of lettuce — upon the Golden Bears of tomorrow. Read More…

Take it from a foreigner

Worlds Collide

Gena-mour Barrett

Famous rapper, Nelly, once said, “drop down and get your eagle on, girl” and whilst the actual meaning of this phrase is debatable, I believe his true intention was to tell the people of our generation to spread their wings… and travel. Read More…

Senioritis is a serious disease

The Berkeley Bucket List

Meg Elison

There comes a point in the life of every college student when the ability to give a damn runs dry. She starts to focus on the bare essentials of getting by, counting the days until graduation. Read More…

Stacey-Nguyen-full

Passion for fashion: rehabilitating style with feminism

Subliminal Signification

I’m going to start my discussion with a claim that might be controversial, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to many because I’m an opinion writer. Whenever I make a huge change in appearance, there always seem to be at least one guy friend, nostrils flared, who patronizingly comments with Read More…

Hilary

Challenging the cry for President Hillary

The Millennial Meltdown

In recent months, I have found myself treading through an immutable, lurching tide of Hillary Clinton adoration. Millennials, as a group, evidently share a unanimous understanding that 1,015 days from now, the hand resting triumphantly over the Holy Bible at the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States will belong to Hillary Rodham Clinton. Read More…

Noelle-Reyes-full

Should I be worried about HPV?

Ask Me Anyway

If there’s anything I learned about fear, it’s that fear is the most sincere and effective motivator to either change something, fix something, beat something or become something. Read More…

Meg Elison

Drinking game #jobsearch

The Berkeley Bucket List

Ladies and gentlemen of the class of 2014: Everyone is trying to give you advice. Some people are even trying to sell it. Let me give you the only piece of advice that I currently think is worthwhile: Turn your job search into a drinking game. Read More…

Gena-mour Barrett

Party in the USA?

Worlds Collide

A typical night out at my home university consists of the following few things: First is a choice of one of three rather pitiful nightclubs in the area, all of which promise an average night out at best but can’t be faulted for their consistency in delivering mediocrity. After getting Read More…

Stacey-Nguyen-full

The ongoing debate between technicals and humanities

Subliminal Signification

A professor of mine once said, “The world needs different kinds of people.” It was a deeply insightful statement, although it was quickly glossed over. Her statement never quite struck me until I recognized the huge divide between students studying different fields at UC Berkeley, particularly the so-called humanities and Read More…