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These lessons arose much to the dread of their sons and daughters who only saw the freedom of that other side. We wished to ride the big roller coaster, to stay up past bedtime to watch the game with Dad, to live as we saw others live. We unsuccessfully fought from the shackles and bottom stair until the winds of time broke down what held us.
Now, you can say I am only using “personal style” as a segue that branches between all things fashion I want to address. While partially true, this really has become something I’ve pondered over the last 14 days. Since my first piece I have settled into my apartment in Paris, started class (albeit three days of it) and tried to immerse myself in French culture. Trips to the monuments were traded for visits to the cinema and people-watching in cafés. The latter is essential to being truly French. For centuries, the French have been flaneurs. Whether in aristocracy or world fairs, they have enjoyed the art of watching others and adopting themselves accordingly. I, myself, noticed this last week while sitting at Le Lithographe Bistrot on Boulevard Raspail.
Zoey 101 was a teen drama/comedy that ran from 2005 to 2008 on Nickelodeon. It followed the life of Zoey, a teenager who just enrolled in a formerly all-male boarding school. The percentage of girls is still very low and the boys who have been enrolled at PCA for years are experiencing culture shock. Zoey along with her younger brother and new friends go on adventures and occasionally get into trouble while looking like they’re having the time of their lives.
The answer, it seems, is Tinder. This simple mobile app has an unbreakable hold on our Friday and Saturday nights. The phrase “I’d swipe right” has replaced “I’d tap that” because so much of our daily lives rely on that little red flame.
Number one: Practically any song by Nickelback
“Oh, wow! John Hopkins? They pump out so many wonderful doctors every year, that’s really wonderful.”
In this world, one day out of any week has the potential to make your breath fall heavy, tired or short and your confidence shake up and down. And this is why, as a University and as a family, we need to take that breath back. We need to let some good back into our vibes.
So just what are Libertarian principles? In very broad terms, libertarians want maximum freedom with minimum government both in business and personal affairs.
The fact that coconuts are healthy and useful is not a new discovery. Coconuts have been widely used in South America, Asia and Africa for centuries, but recently, countries like England and the United States began to popularize the use of products like coconut oil and coconut butter. Knowing this background will prevent the perpetuation of the misconception that some people have of coconuts being another hot new trend in the Western world or some recent discovery.
All this birthday means is that I made it through another year, another 12 months, another 525,600 minutes and another slew of Rent references. This birthday brings nothing new to the table of my life aside from an influx of Facebook notifications.
But before I divulge into my French fashion lessons, I’ll begin by giving a little back story on myself. I’m an almost 20-year-old junior majoring in French literature at Hopkins. Since I was a little girl, I always fantasized about moving to Paris and living the grand life. It’s safe to say that I have nurtured my champagne taste over the years and by fall of my sophomore year, I was sure I was going abroad to Paris. My big surprise, however, was my decision regarding the length of my stay. Although Hopkins has been my home for the past two years, filled with life-changing friends and an amazing sorority, there was a general lack of the “joie de vivre” I so craved. By the cold winter peak of March it was official: I was moving to Paris for one whole year. Three hundred sixty-five days of pure fashion, art, lessons and, ideally, happiness.
By HANNAH COWLEY
By GILLIAN LELCHUK
By now you’ve probably heard and seen the term “gluten-free” somewhere. You might see it on cereal boxes, bottles of soy sauce, even beer. You may have heard that it’s just some new trend. Maybe you know someone who doesn’t eat gluten. Maybe you don’t eat gluten. Whatever the case, I’d like to answer some common questions most people have when it comes to living a gluten-free lifestyle.
By SAMHITA ILANGO
I am not good at ending things.
The first time I was really faced with the realization of the importance of my contributions to The News-Letter was probably in a lecture hall on Oct. 11, 2012, early in the fall of my freshman year. I still remember so vividly sitting in “The Constitution and the Criminal Justice System” and witnessing firsthand the effects of my work on the paper.
It’s the time of the year when we embrace our inner Disney Channel Original Movie, stare at the clock as the seconds tick by and whisper the word over and over again. Summer. Summer. Summer.
Fashion is a language and, whether you shout at the world about who you are in bold red and leather jackets or whisper in a soft harmony of pastels and feminine silhouettes, you need to know the grammar. Or do you?
There is no doubt in my mind that when I think “Lilly Pulitzer” I think college sorority. I may be biased because of my occasional and unfortunate “sratiness,” but upon hearing the news of a Lilly Pulitzer collection at Target, I was ecstatic. I was, however, shocked when I saw so many mixed reviews. People across the nation were up in arms over “affordable Lilly.” It led me to wonder why an expensive Lilly was the only ideal Lilly? To me fashion was never the price tag but rather how it looked overall.