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10 First Date Questions for Wahoos

If you’ve ever gone on a first date and been at a loss for conversation starters, fear not—here is a list of ten first date questions all UVa students can (and should!) use to get that awkward ball rolling. DISCLAIMER: A fun time is guaranteed. A second date, not so much. 1. If you had to eat only Take-it-Away or Little John’s for the rest of your life, which would you pick?     2. What is your stance on the great Outer Loop…

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The Honor Referenda: An Apocalyptic Future

Around Grounds, I have heard many of you common mortals discussing the subject of the honor referenda. It is an important and sophisticated piece of student legislation, with many complex tenets that I have no hope of properly explaining to you. I can however, as a time traveling humorist from the future, tell you what goes wrong if you agree to pass it. It all began with the first biannual meeting. It dragged for hours, like some demented town hall meeting. It…

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What Not To Do At Parties

There are a lot of Ferris Buellers out there at UVA. Those for whom everything goes according to plan, who can get into any party, make friends with anyone, and generally just get away with whatever they want. If you’re anything like me though, you often find yourself making some mistakes in life, particularly on the social scene. To save you the embarrassment of causing the same awkward situations, here are five tips that I learned from a recent night on the town that could help you out.

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Why Don’t They Want Me?

Rejection. We’ve all been there. There may be a club that you want to be in so badly. You apply, get your hopes up, and then watch wide-eyed in horror as they are smashed to the ground in a million shards of tears and disappointment. You may find yourself asking why? Where did I go wrong? How are we talking right now? How did you get into my house? These are all valid questions that I hope I can answer.

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A Cenedella Story

So here’s my beef with the standard feminist and anybody else, woman or man, who gives women’s rights as a whole a bad reputation. Some of you may have heard about the recent scandal involving Marc Cenedella’s personal, misogynistic blog posts. One of—if not the single most—controversial of these was titled “A New Holiday for Men” and focused on the March 14 idea of a man’s Valentine’s Day. On that day, supposedly, women should offer blow jobs and steak as the counterpart…

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