At the moment, the idiotic, disrespectful and humiliating actions that the Arizona State University fraternity chapter Tau Kappa Epsilon, also known as TKE, took part in on Martin Luther King Jr. Day are rattling my brain.
Being a woman, an average woman, is tough. It is especially tough to be a unique woman, with her own style, with a “different” body figure and stand strong against society’s criticism of what a women should look like.
Walking around the Shippensburg University campus, I usually notice a large majority of my fellow students staring into their phones, as if their eyeballs are tied to their displays by invisible strings.
At some point in her life, every girl dreams of hearing these four words. Usually, she expects that question to be accompanied by a diamond ring too. But, when is the ideal time to get that bling and answer that question?
Mainstream entertainment media have coined the term “friend-zone.” Maybe you have been in this position or put someone in it. This could be your choice in any relationship or perhaps your stance is not so voluntary.
Mischief night, or the evening before Halloween, was a night while growing up that I was not allowed out to play. The bus ride to school the next morning often revealed toilet paper on trees, pumpkins smashed in the streets and the occasional “egged” car or house.
My favorite candy I am looking forward to eating during the Halloween weekend is a Milky Way.
Oldtimecandy.com says it has rich chocolate, creamy caramel and smooth nougat. Chocolate is already addictive but with the creamy caramel all wrapped up perfectly into a candy bar makes it taste amazing.