(p.s. - this is in detroit)

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"boxed wine is the new black"

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the sexual tension between you and anyone your age on public transport 

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"When you look at yourself from a universal standpoint, something inside always reminds or informs you that there are bigger and better things to worry about."

Albert Einstein  (via woolfen)

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"One of the issues I kept saying to my students is you have to learn to interrupt. When you raise your hand at a meeting, by the time they get to you, the point is not germane. So the bottom line is active listening. If you are going to interrupt, you look for opportunities. You have to know what you’re talking about."

Madeleine Albright (via lizabethdavis)

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"I’m going to be honest with you: I have not retained a single piece of knowledge from that class. I don’t even know the full course title."

"Listening takes practice, and it takes patience. But I promise, if you listen, your story will be better for it."

Howard Gordon, Co-Creator of ‘Homeland’
Connecticut College Commencement Speech for the Class of 2013 (via amandasjacket)

"I enjoy talking to you. Your mind appeals to me."

George Orwell, 1984 (via sadexistences)

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What must change for the Tour de Franzia to survive?

Increasing levels of semi-threatening e-mails from Wesleyan’s administration could only mean one thing: it’s officially Tour de Franzia season! The Tour consists of a night in which groups of students run around campus, taking pictures of themselves at destinations or performing tasks the organizers come up with—places like “Where Obama spoke” or things like “Hooking up with an islander (no Manhattanites)”—all whilst chugging Franzia with abandon. The first group to finish the entire list (and box, about five-and-a-half bottles of “wine”) wins. The event usually ends with arrests and hospitalizations, not unlike another weekend night at Wesleyan, but definitely more than average. University administrators are doing everything in their power to end the tradition. Both this year and last year, Dean of Students Mike Whaley e-mailed parents in an attempt to get parents to discourage their children from participating.


Tufts Responds to Latest String of Hate Crimes

Yesterday, graffiti (including swastikas and white supremacist slogans) was discovered on and around the Tufts football field. This incident comes one the heels of graffiti (reading “CUNT”) discovered on the opposite end of the Tufts campus: on signs, cars parked in outdoor campus parking lots, and cars parked immediately off-campus.


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