Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
When I first walked into the Cinemark movie theatre in May of my Junior year, I was expecting to see a few interesting previews and my movie of choice, nothing more. I was not expecting to stifle a gasp of...
Brushes with Fame
In a social media driven society status is measured by likes, followers, friends, pictures, and who you know or don’t know. Thankfully, those of us who know Skyler Johnson...
App of the Week by Benjamin Doyle
Tinder is one of those high quality apps that you won't see again for a while. Get it while it's hot. Or while you're hot.
Tinder is a great way to hook up with strangers. Unlike dating sites where background checks prevent people from misrepresenting themselves, Tinder allows you to experience what people aspire to be. Here's some things you shouldn't be bothered by:
a. Tinder matches people based on appearance.
b. Dates are set up if people are mutually attracted to each other.
c. People are allowed to use whatever pictures they want.
Tinder is all about quantity over quality. You can spend 5 minutes and quickly make judgements on 50 people! Tinder has revolutionized dating by doing what we all really care about in high school: matchmaking based on physical, flat out appearance. This is just incredible! Personality: out the window. Career: don't worry about it! You will quickly get used to making assumptions about someone's life based on if they are hot or not.
Some great things to look forward to include meeting people who look nothing like their pictures, getting matched with people up to 10 years older than you (or younger), and the possibility of being stalked.
I was surprised to see that Apple didn't award Tinder "App of the Year" in December. If you only have room for one more app on your phone, make sure this is the one. Download the app, get a hot date or two, and don't ever look back. Next week: farmersonly.com
Our second feature this year is the talented Emma Barton. Recently she has been studying modern, 2D, and illustrative art. Her passion lies in all art though, she is a big advocate for more art everywhere, especially in school. With both parents being professors in the art field she has grown up in the art world and it has definitely left its impression an her heart. Take some time to to view this great artist's work. -Theo Lee
Photo of the Month
Theme: Christmas Spirit
Prize $25 Gift Card
Two Truths and a Lie
Emma Fox & Kate Barker
turkeys are eaten each thanksgiving
There are up to
stars in the Milky Way Galaxy.
A cow was once bought for over
Which is the Lie?
On Thanksgiving we actually eat somewhere around 46 million turkeys.