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The dangers of doing too much

Somehow, before I knew it, I was enrolled in 19 units this quarter and starting a new job. I told myself I’d drop something or reduce my hours, but the drop deadline passed, and we’re now very solidly mid-quarter, and nothing has changed. As my fall quarter dreams of a light spring quarter flew out…

Flavors of ramen

I’m sure you’ve never wondered what personality types correspond to various flavors of ramen, but I decided to write an article about it anyway. Enjoy! Beef Ramen: probably leads a double life, leaves savage reviews on Carta, got three of their high school teachers fired, “it’s not blackmail, it’s politics,” sends anonymous tips to the…

On the bad side of the weekend

The weekend seems like a strange, inescapable vortex. One in which time doesn’t exist, yet, simultaneously, time acts as the very force that propels the whirlwind of delusion and false security that so easily traps me. You’d think that I would have learned by now. I mean, I’ve been experiencing weekends my whole life. In…