Monthly Archives: April 2012

I Know Those Girls

(This article was originally published in The California Aggie) There’s a lot to be said about the new aptly titled HBO series, “Girls”, and most of it already has been written by TV columnists, feminist critics, New York critics, feminist … Continue reading

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What’s our Generation Defining Album?

(This was originally published in The California Aggie) I often wonder, what’s our Sgt. Pepper? What’s the album that defines our generation? Not to compare anything to the actual album, just thinking about it as a metric for how to … Continue reading

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Tennis on Letterman

Ugh if this isn’t the first song on your summer 12 playlist… Song is called “It all Feels the Same”

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No-Chella, But Actually

(This article was originally published in the California Aggie) As Coachellers head down to Southern California comparing coachy playlists, swapping meaningful concert stories and contemplating which drugs will elicit the most authentic experience, I’ll be at home representing the delegation … Continue reading

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TV on the Internet

(This was originally published in the California Aggie) Should we watch another? I find myself asking this question often. Like many, I watch TV shows online. It seems obvious. All the shows I always felt out of the loop of … Continue reading

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