https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/hiding-from-your-ex-1280x720.png

Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys On paper, breakups should be a basic process: end the relationship, go your separate ways and never see each other again. Of course, it’s never actually that simple. If you’ve ever dated another student on a small campus like ours, odds are that you regularly run into your ex, whether it’s in class, at parties or even in your extracurriculars. I think (and hope) I’m not the only one who fell...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/AceFlagElise.jpg

Special SectionsDear Friend

February 4, 20181342 min

Dear Friend, A year ago, I joked about not liking boys or girls and a friend — who is named after a container — responded by saying I might be asexual. He was right. I left lunch to Google “asexual” and text an old friend. (You don’t know her, but she’s named after a superhero.) That night I accepted the reality that I am asexual. I told a lot of people. Then I told you and...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/titanic-3.jpg

“Titanic” (1997) Directed by James Cameron Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Gloria Stuart Grade: A  In crafting his 1997 blockbuster masterpiece “Titanic,” writer-director James Cameron could have taken what one might call the History Channel approach, wherein historical accuracy and anecdotes reign. That method would have undoubtedly sufficed for many, given the drama inherent in Titanic’s sinking. And, in a sense, Cameron did craft that film. With a few liberties taken, “Titanic” contains a recreation...