It's Arianna Lynne
It's Arianna Lynne
Some of us are trying to balance school work, social life, and sleep. Others have full-time jobs and kids connected to their hips. Bless the souls that manage to do all of the above and more. Squeezing in a full-blown, muscle group targeting work out to an already jam-packed schedule is not a simple task, and we literally just don't have time to workout.
Those extra five minutes of laying in bed wrapped in blankets are tempting, I know. However, those five minutes can easily turn into fifteen, and all of a sudden you're scrambling to make up for lost time. Start your day with a good breakfast, a quick workout, anything to get you up and going.
College Media Network
Scarlett Johansson has decided to pull out of the film "Rub & Tug" after her plans to portray a transgender man resulted in resistance and backlash. According to IMDB, "Rub & Tug" is a film about a real-life transgender man named Dante "Tex" Gill who, while transitioning from female to male, becomes the crime kingpin of the 1970s Pittsburgh.
Michelle Carter, the 21-year-old Massachusetts woman who was sentenced to two and a half years in prison last June for the 2014 death of her 18-year-old boyfriend Conrad Roy III, now claims that the text messages that drove Roy to kill himself was free speech.
Please do not be afraid to reach out if you are facing depression and need help. There are many resources you can contact: National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-2433 or 1-800-422-4673. Depression and Bipolar Support: 1-800-273-8255. Crisis Call Center: 1-800-273-8255 or text ANSWER to 839863.
Anxiety: The demon that gently nudges you to be social while simultaneously whispering in your ear every single possibility of how the conversation will go wrong. It is the invisible beast that brings every shade of red to your face, spreading like wildfire across your cheeks and showcasing your unease.
The Odyssey Online
In 2017 we had to say goodbye to one of the best websites to ever roam the internet: Vine. In case you have been living under a rock since 2013, Vine was -(sad face)- a website and app that took the internet and the app store by storm in Winter 2013.
Here's an open letter to the people who are disgusted by the LGBTQ+ community, who look at us like we're animals, like we're nothing more than the dirt on your shoe. To all the homophobes and tranphobes, I have something to say to you.