Dear Mr. Trump,
Anything you say can and will be used against you – especially since you’re running for president. Not only that, but your words are a direct reflection of your character, and I’m not so sure that anyone who believes pumping breast milk is “disgusting” should be running for office.
You remember that, don’t you, Mr. Read More
BY Intern Sarah
on Dec 15, 2011
I browse so many articles online each day, but this one's my favorite today, by far. After seeing a lesbian couple outside a bar in Washington State, William Adam Lane started yelling nasty comments, and even smashed the back window of their car. Were the women intimidated? Did they cry, or go into hysterics, or faint? Nope. Instead, one of the women tackled the man and pinned him to the ground to keep him from getting away, while they waited for the authorities to arrive. The guy was arrested for harassment and could be charged with assault. Read More
in Eat Me
on Dec 08, 2011
If you've never had a Dutch stroopwafel (spiced waffle cookie with a caramel filling), stop by The Good Batch at the BUST Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair this weekend, where pastry chef Anna Gordon will be selling handmade stroopwafels, unique cookies, and pastries.
In addition to classic stroopwafels, try special flavors like the Bonfire -- cocoa waffle cookie, salted caramel sauce, dark chocolate ganache, and roasted meringue. Read More
BY Erina Davidson
on Aug 26, 2011
Today marks the 91st anniversary of the signing of the 19th amendment - the right for U.S. citizens to vote regardless of sex - into U.S. law. Women were officially given the right to vote on August 26, 1920 though the amendment was drafted and introduced 42 years earlier by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
On the same day half a century later, the National Organization for Women organized a nationwide "strike for equality". Read More