Love isn’t blind…just invisible
Feb24

Love isn’t blind…just invisible

The latest dating app has been unleashed upon the public. Over OK Cupid? Tired of Tinder? Glutted with Grindr? Get ready, because here comes Invisible Boyfriend/Invisible Girlfriend. These new apps, currently testing in beta, are essentially exactly what their respective titles imply. Your Invisible Boyfriend/Girlfriend will do all of the things a real significant other might do: call, text, leave a voicemail and send you pictures....

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Virtual Reality immerses viewers
Feb24

Virtual Reality immerses viewers

The other night I raped a girl. I was drunk at a party and had been flirting with her. Later that night I saw her passed out in a bedroom. A buddy and I took turns with her. She couldn’t say, “No.” She couldn’t say, “Yes.” She couldn’t fight us off. But I was raped, too. The other night I had a college boy spread my legs apart and take advantage of me. His buddy let him go first. He didn’t try to stop him. No, rather he egged him on....

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Maintaining individualism in a dualistic reality
Feb23

Maintaining individualism in a dualistic reality

Partnerships must be equal. One cannot constantly be giving everything while the other gives nothing in return. When you want a person to be your significant other it feels like they’re your whole world. However, after you’re in the thick of the relationship it can be burdensome work or feel like you’re being absorbed into their life and they don’t seem to reciprocate. How does one keep their indi- viduality while still maintaining a...

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Fashion student weaves organic designs
Feb23

Fashion student weaves organic designs

Fashion Week throughout the world is the place to be for a fashion designer. Fashion designers create the clothes we wear, and the style we want to emulate on the streets. For Jacqueline Banting, a Palomar College student, fashion is a way of expressing her creativity into her designs as she prepares for Exhibit Ambush. Exhibit Ambush is a showcase that occurs every two years, bringing unknown artists of all fields displaying their...

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‘Borrowed Landscapes’ makes Boehm debut
Feb23

‘Borrowed Landscapes’ makes Boehm debut

The Boehm Gallery opened the Spring semester with its first exhibit of the year titled “Borrowed Landscapes.” The exhibit took about a month to develop and execute curator, according to Nikko Mueller, a professor at Southwestern College. This is Mueller’s first curated show but he did have his work at the Boehm in the 2009 exhibit, “Terra Incognita.” “On a certain level, it’s sort of like going for a shopping spree without any money,”...

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Edgy folk singer tackles the “L-word”
Feb23

Edgy folk singer tackles the “L-word”

If they gave out sainthoods for debauchery, Father John Misty would be on the list of contenders. Father John Misty is the pseudonym of singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Josh Tillman, probably best known for his work as the drummer of Saxon Shore and Fleet Foxes as well as his string of solo releases under the name J. Tillman. His sophomore record, “I Love You, Honeybear,” released by Sub Pop on Feb. 10, is a much more...

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