What is a meme? Why do they cause so much pain? Why are there so many terrible memes these days? What can be done to stop them? These questions and more will by answered in the following essay. Mind you, I’m not talking about Dank Memes. I’m talking about the kind of memes that become “a thing” on Twitter, Vine, and spread faster than ringworm in a middle school wrestling team. I’m looking at you, Daniel. This kid got a lifetime supply of sneakers from Ellen because there’s definitely no reason those sneakers should go to a kid with a debilitating disease or anything. Continue reading Stop the Memes
It’s density. Today Marty McFly showed up in his hometown. He’s probably not staring down a 3-D projection of Jaws. Instead, the pedestrians around him are staring down at their smartphones. The only good thing about real-life 2015 is that … Continue reading Marty McFly Arrived Today!
Well freshman, you’ve joined the cross country team. You’re the light green line. The green line represents freshmen, the pink line represents the crowd that has “piano lessons Thursday and Friday,” and the coach lets it slide. He’s got the … Continue reading GAME PLAN: HS Cross Country Practice
Since much of the time the undergraduate student does not have access to their own kitchen (though this is not always the case) Southern Boulevard has provided them some handy recipes sure to make any college meal a real hit … Continue reading College Cookbook – Undergrad edition
Pick an adjective that describes your best friend. Pick a noun that is either the street you grew up on, your favorite vacation destination, or an Egyptian pharaoh’s name that starts with the same letter as your last name. So … Continue reading What Would Your Rap Name Be?
Here’s a skit for two performers. It should lend you an understanding of how to see a professor during their office hours while at university. (Notice I avoided being a true American and didn’t say “at a University” or “at … Continue reading Mini-Field Guide to Office Hours