BY Hanna Lustig
on Aug 07, 2015
About a week ago model/actress/muse Cara Delevingne made headlines for what the Internet called a “painfully awkward” interview with Good Day Sacramento meant to publicize her lead role in Paper Towns, the eponymously named filmic adaption of author John Green’s bestselling young adult novel. Things got a little heated when the host asked Delevingne a sexist, condescending question – and rightfully so. Hollywood press junkets are basically sexism summits, if this new Funny or Die sketch starring Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg is an accurate depiction. Read More
BY Claire Filipek
on Aug 14, 2014
Yesterday I went to Hannah Hart’s book signing at the Housing Works Bookstore on a whim and had my mind blown. I’m honestly still picking up the pieces.
I first watched Hannah’s Youtube series “My Drunk Kitchen” in 2011, after just moving away from my parents for the first time to start college. I remember feeling so awkward and insecure as I tried to adjust to my new environment and all these new faces and names that all had already become a blur. Read More
BY Andrea Stopa
on Apr 28, 2014
Brace yourself. Gandhi never said, "be the change you want to see in the world."
I'll give you a few minutes while you go peel the bumper sticker off of your car. That is just one of 50 commonly misused and misattributed quotes that author John Green forever ruins by telling us all the hard truth. For some, it might not matter exactly where the quotes came from because the words are still inspiring and provide us with mantras to live by, regardless of their exact origin or direct wording. Read More