On Charlie Brown, seasonal stress and facing the holiday blues

…this final remark speaks to the broader message of the film, acknowledging and validating feelings of disillusionment surrounding the holidays. Instead of simply trying to cope with failure during the holiday season when Charlie Brown is confronted with it again and again, he eventually just owns it.
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Identity Crisis ft. hummus

Jew-ish

It’s true that some aspects of cultural or ethnic identity are integral to who you are. I don’t think I would be wholly me if I weren’t Jewish. But I can reference my Judaism and have that serve as one of my key characteristics without making that my sole identifier.
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The Daily Cal catches up with “Divergent” stars

At the San Francisco premiere of Lionsgate’s “Divergent” on March 5, the Daily Cal caught up with a few of the film’s stars on the red carpet. Maggie Q, who starred as Nikita in the Emmy-nominated television series, plays a character of a similar type in “Divergent” — save for
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