After her successful debut album “Lights,” Ellie Goulding is back again with her sophomore effort “Halcyon.” Fans of Goulding will find that there seems to be a more consistent theme with this second album: the stages of a breakup.
Autumn bears a certain something that always escapes even a whittled tongue: a subtle, one of those blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sort of things. This is the precise reason why I love the autumn so much. You have the summer, a unilateral favorite; the spring, running a close second by many opinions, and the winter, dead last if you’re not fond of cold weather. But autumn, I think, is underrated.
On a scale from transfer to coterm/Ph.D./future professor, how much do you love Stanford already? Don’t worry if you’re still not sure about your roommate or you think all the buildings look the same (they do!). You’ve got time, an iStanford app and…
Last Thursday, the unofficial “Oprah Day,” was the second time in my Stanford career that I actually made a concerted effort to get out on campus and explore. Upon hearing that Oprah was on campus, I dropped everything and ran out to my bike.
Have you ever wanted to see the world, but you just can’t find the time to do so? Maybe you didn’t get a chance to study abroad this year, or money is tight. Fear no more! MapCrunch will drop you off anywhere in the world, and it’s your job to find your way around. The trick is, you don’t know where you’ve been dropped off (unless you want to, of course).
One of the pitfalls of being on this side of the pond is not being able to readily access the gems of British television such as “Doctor Who” and “Sherlock” – something about these shows makes for great television. The anglophiles are certainly to blame for this, but there’s more than that responsible, though it’s hard to say what.
In case you haven’t been paying attention, today’s date is Nov. 11, 2011 or, in other words, 11-11-11. It’s a super day for wishes, and Intermission hopes you take advantage of it. (Need a pick-up line tonight? “Hey, it’s 11-11-11 and you’re all I’m wishing for, baby.” You’re welcome.) As certified pop-culture connoisseurs, Intermission feels like we really know these celebrities and their personalities. Thus, we’ve taken the liberty of compiling an exclusive list of what they are most likely wishing for on this fine day.
Florence Welch has huge shoes to fill with her sophomore effort “Ceremonials,” following her successful debut album, “Lungs.”