Petty Perspective is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never gets a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Tiffany Hall, who discusses how humans put themselves into sticky situations — it might be time to upgrade our cleanliness standards.
Back in the day, Sally didn’t compare her life to others. She got mostly B’s in school, and a couple C’s that her parents still don’t know about. She enjoyed reading historical fiction and joining family on vacations to Montana. She was introverted, to say the least, but savored her solitude. Overall, Sally was happy […]
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Art by Madeline Duvall Turning 22 is not as fun as Taylor Swift makes it seem. It’s not really an exciting birthday, especially compared to 21. If anything, it may feel like the first boring birthday of one’s adult life. My birthday was on Feb. 8 and leading up to it, I found it hard […]
It might be the greatest time of the year, but going back home for the holiday may include having to deal with some not so great family members. “How is school?” “Are you dating someone?” “What are your plans after college?” “You look fat/thin.” “When are you going to get a real job?” Whether it […]
A happy stomach makes a happy person. In these busy times of college, between class, internships, extracurricular activities and attempting to have a social life, worrying about the particulars of your diet should really be the last of your worries. In Malibu and Calabasas, self-image is everything. While the cultures of these neighborhoods emphasize the […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Teachers, you either love them or hate them. Going to class is much better when you have a positive relationship with your professor. When you like your teacher, it motivates you to go class more often and maybe even pay attention. It also makes you feel more guilty when you miss […]
Between homework, on or off-campus jobs, school and community activities and a social life, it can be a lot for one person to manage. In these four years, your time is limited and valuable. Some students might question the importance or necessity of joining extracurricular activities in the first place. Extracurriculars are important because through […]
Graphic by Nate Barton One aspect of college is learning how to deal with bad roommates. We have all had our fair share of roommate conflict. I have had great roommates but other times I have found myself hiding in Payson to avoid going home. But the conflict itself is not as important as how […]