The South Asians are freaking out. The Lankans are freaking out. The Americans are freaking out. Okay fine, maybe I’m just exaggerating, a bit. Or maybe I’m not. Let me ramble. The girls have it bad. Bad-der, correction. The brown girls have it worse, or what I mean here is everyone from the brown lands … More The Singles’ Anxiety: An Invisible Pandemic (Part 1)
“Hey, Macklemore! Can we go thrift shopping?” squeaks the excited little darling at the thought of being taken by the grownup to the thrift store down the road to shop for secondhand treasures. For a song about being cheap “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis went on to be the most successful track on … More Shopping Thrifty in our Shared Economy
Be you a freshman or a graduating senior, college life forever involves panting from stress. It’s kind of like running a 4 year long marathon ridden with the occasional shin splint, while sweating from a heat wave of endless nerves. Even when its 3AM and you’re pulling up that unwashed dorm comforter to cover yourself … More From College Graduation to Employment: 7 Best Tips for the Job Search
Featuring, the work of The Literartist’s premiere guest writer: SS What’s so bad about Mitt Romney anyway? President Obama was cruising to re-election at the start of October. His (biggest) opponent had focused on making the election a referendum on his handling of the economy (which was recovering), had picked a running mate who was the … More U.S. Election Edition: The Obama Romney Tiff
UPDATE: I am delighted to let you all know that I am partly syndicating this blog with The Eagle, the Official college newspaper of AU! I will now be blogging for the The Eagle on a weekly basis so you can also expect weekly posts from now on in The Literartist as well. ____________________________________________________________ Dang … More Want $1 Million Dollars? Well, Ask For It!