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Remember when the entire lexicon of AOL emoticons consisted of tilted punctuation? Do we even need to say “XD”? How far we’ve come. Can we put down the hundreds of emoji available to us and just pick up the phone? Alexander Pines, CC ’16, says it might be time to stop screenshitting and start calling. […]

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School is harrrddd… Take a shot for… every seminar you can’t get into every class where the teacher actually taught every terrible icebreaker you had to endure in your discussion sections every hundred dollars you’ve spent on books this week Drink a glass of wine (so intellectual) for every shopped class you end up dropping.

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Cash-strapped urbanites may soon find work in the new convenience economy, which crowdsources temporary personal assistant tasks. Among the guinea pigs is an Arts Initiative coordinator, who claims its merits are more than monetary. (Observer) Whoever said field trips were dead? One visiting professor at GSAPP took his class to a banana ripening plant and […]

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