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Sunday, January 29, 2023

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Realities of littering sink in after rowdy Halloween weekend

According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, Halloween is defined as “the night of October 31 when children dress up as ghosts, witches, monsters, etc., and go to houses to ask for candy.” A marginally less reliable source, Urban Dictionary, defines Halloween as an annual excuse for girls to dress promiscuously and get away with it.


Never stop learning

“I’m going to be in the library all weekend with the amount of homework I have.” “It’s not even funny how much reading I have to do tonight.” “There is no way I’m getting this all done tonight.” We’ve all been there.

NY Resolutions

Setting New Year’s resolutions is a fad that needs to end

Urban dictionary, the esteemed online dictionary, generally defines a New Year’s resolution as “a goal that you propose then forget the next day.” One definition goes into further detail, saying “[an] assessment of, and often delusional attempt to correct, one’s shortcomings; given the arbitrary nature of the date and the sudden change of lifestyle demanded by most resolutions, it should not be surprising that most resolutions are abandoned by the start of the next year [. . .]” Early on, I began the New Year with the typical resolutions (the generic ones you are given in elementary school as an example that you keep using to fit your non-generic life): eat healthy, work out more and stay positive.

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