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Standing in the long lunch-rush line at Freshii “” a phenomenon juniors and seniors have come to half-jokingly blame on the swollen class of 2020 “” I scan the menu, graphic design, and the products. My eyes fall on the ¡Por Vida! logo-adorned information sheet, a new addition to the build your own meal clip boards and promotional materials that litter the counter by the registers. In case the reader is unfamiliar with the program,...

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In order to write about adulting, I had to add it to Microsoft Office’s dictionary. But it is a word, and a verb, according to both Urban Dictionary and the American Dialect Society (ADS). To adult is to “behave like a grownup,” says the ADS. I find this definition disappointingly reductive. If adulting is simply behaving like a grownup, why is it almost exclusively used by millennials, applied to themselves? What even is a grownup?...

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Living in San Antonio presents a unique opportunity to consume some of the greatest tacos on earth. While tacos from chain restaurants like Torchy’s and Taco Bell are available, as is the first-ever Taco Cabana, I encourage exploring authentic San Antonio joints to get the full taco experience. After all, taco culture is about more than exceeding the daily recommended intake of sodium. First up is a Trinity staple, El Milagrito, affectionately referred to by...