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With spring break right around the corner, many students are scrambling to make plans for that one precious week without school. This year, a unique alternative from the usual cruises, lake houses and festivals has presented itself in MTV and United Way’s Spring Fix.
MTV, the music television channel, has partnered with United Way and mtvU, the 24-hour college channel, to organize an alternative spring break for students who wish to spend their break in a philanthropic way.
Making the case that a large majority of today’s television is awful only requires examining two specific networks and how much they have each devolved.
I love this country. I love the ideals it was founded on. And I’m sure you can hear the inevitable “but…” in this introduction because you’re American, and you can read between the lines. So I’m going to level with you right now because there are things that must be said. For the past year I’ve been noticing small problems in our society — inescapable issues that have slowly built up a dam of unease in my brain about the future of our country. I’m talking about the complete lack of integrity or accountability a good percentage of America’s population seems to entertain.
Ryan Kahn, “Career Coach” and host of MTV’s “Hired!” will be at Common Grounds from 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 18 as part of Dream Careers’ Campus Tour.
Flustered with beauty problems? Have no fear. There’s a website specifically designed to answer any beauty question out there.
Headling this year’s Fun Fun Fun Fest is the rap collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (Odd Future for short) and their leader, Tyler, The Creator, is every bit as controversial as you would expect a leader of a group with that name to be.
People from across America will head to Austin this weekend to attend Fun Fun Fun Fest, a three-day, independent genre-based festival. The festival is expected to draw large crowds and follows the Austin Film Festival held two weeks ago, advancing Austin’s reputation as a major center in the entertainment industry.
Once upon a time, there lived a stupid giant. The giant had not always been stupid. Or, perhaps it is more accurate to say the giant had once revered intelligence, reason and the byproducts thereof. Indeed, the giant was renowned for an ingenuity and standard of living that made it the envy of the world.
A lot of graduates finish school and try to keep their professional options open, in hopes of finding a job that they love. Baylor alumna Jen Dunlap found quite a few jobs she loves.