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Found in Translation

4/9/15

Why are people monolingual? Cracking the mystery of those lazy Americans

What do you call someone who speaks two languages?

Bilingual.

What do you call someone who speaks three languages?

Trilingual.

What do you call someone who speaks one language?

American.

Outside the Closet

3/10/15

LGBTQIA representation crucial in media 

As far as LGBTQIA representation in the media is concerned, progress has been made, but alas, pickings are still slim.

How to Healthy

3/10/15

Avoid the dreaded freshman 15

Everyone says to watch out for the “freshman 15,” the number of pounds you’re supposed to gain during the first year of college. However, during my freshmen year of college, I lost 10 pounds.

The Final Cut(shall)

3/9/15

Movies to watch for in March

On the Queue

Walter White was the danger—the one who knocks. And me? Well, I am the one who blogs about television.

So, basically, the same thing.

My foray into the television world began two years ago. Armed with a Netflix subscription and an excessive amount of time, I immersed myself in this world. I identified with imaginary characters, read copious amount of TV message boards and paced the floor during every Game of Thrones episode.

Taste of SM

3/3/15

Tastes of San Marcos: Herbert’s Taco Hut

I wasted half of my college career not knowing about Herbert’s Taco Hut.

Do you realize how many opportunities I had to eat chicken enchiladas there and I wasted them?

Serve and Protect

Sex is a two-way treat.

I wish I’d come up with that saying, but it was Franklin P. Jones, a Philadelphia reporter and humorist. A two-way treat is exactly what sex should be, but unfortunately, sometimes the lack of information people have about maintaining healthy sex lives ruins that treat.

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