Oberlin students are Oberlin students to such a degree that it makes one wonder if it is Oberlin that attracts the Obies or the Obies that make Oberlin so stubbornly Oberlin. It would be a fun chicken-or-egg situation if the solution weren’t an obvious one: both are true.
Aries: Listening to The Smashing Pumpkins while actually smashing pumpkins. Taurus: Going trick or treating for the free candy, telling soccer moms to fuck themselves when their age is questioned.
There’s a convenience in the illusion that the people at the controls have your best interests in mind, or at least know what they’re doing. You give up the responsibility you have to your community, your country, and the world, when you can simply believe that whoever's in charge is doing the right thing.
Six Perfect Songs for Having a Conversation With Your Pod about The Vague Possibility of Maybe Kissing Someone
You’re feeling ready to take things to the next level: A steamy and serious sit down conversation with the people in your pod to discuss the ramifications of you possibly fucking.
El Centro is a non-profit organization that offers comprehensive programming—ranging from case management and bilingual interpretation services, to financial literacy or GED classes, to mental health services—to best meet the needs of the Latinx community.
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The socially conscious aspect of the practicum feels like little more than typical administrative programming designed more to teach us how to co-opt social justice issues for our own gain rather than meaningfully address them.