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Stop using the phrase “wife me up”

there’s more to a relationship than fettucine alfredo There is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to get married and live a happy life with a partner. However, the “pick me!” energy that the phrase “wife me up” gives off is tired and decrepit. It’s a

You Lost Me truly loses play goers

On January 17, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) introduced You Lost Me by Bonnie Metzgar. The title is fitting for a play that possesses all the qualities of an interesting story but fails to live up to its own expectations. Overall, You

Cheer gets audiences pumped up

Cheerleading is not some mythical beast created by the Bring It On franchise; it’s actually a real sport. Netflix’s new docuseries Cheer reveals the inner workings of competitive college cheerleading, complete with injuries, camaraderie, and deep-set rivalry.   Cheer follows the Navarro College Cheer Team

Labeling people based on clothing choices is offensive

Fashion does not equate personality This past summer saw a certain trend circulating the internet: girls with hydroflasks, colorful scrunchies laid across their wrists, all while repeating the ever-so catchy phrase, “and I oop—.” Looking to today, variations of these videos and photos can be