Sara Remedios

Contact | 5 articles

Don’t be that girl (or guy): balancing friends and lovers

Everyone loves a new relationship, right? There are sparks and chemistry and moments of extreme sexual tension, first dates and first kisses and first sober hangouts. You spend all of your time thinking about that new person—about what he’s doing, what she’s thinking—and none of your time worrying about serious things that can lead to […]

| Romance Columnist

Catty is as catty does

Mary: “She totally wasn’t cute. Maybe they’re just friends?” Kate: “She was pretty cute.” Mary: “She was not cute!” Kate: “She was totally cute.” Ashley: “What was wrong with her, then, that made her not cute?” Lindsey: “She was hooking up with Alex!” Believe it or not, what is transcribed above is not, in fact, […]

| Staff Columnist

What’s the point?

I was browsing through Student Life on Wednesday, looking for inspiration for this week’s column, and I discovered that the most commented-upon article of the week was Michael Morgan’s op-ed submission criticizing Chancellor Wrighton’s letter in response to the current financial difficulties [Nov. 21]. I’ll admit that I didn’t read the whole article as closely […]

| Staff Columnist

Little lost penguins

About 8:30 a.m. yesterday I made the mistake of looking at the news before heading off to my calculus class.

| Staff Columnist

Abortion, contraception, and discrimination

Earlier this summer, a friend of mine sent me a message on Facebook alerting me to a document leaked by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) “proposing that all forms of birth control, regardless of the manner in which they actually work, should be classified as abortifacients.” I read it, and thought it […]

| Staff Columnist

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