For those of you who can’t process your emotions, here’s a comprehensive review of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life , broken down by each episode.
Gone are the days of lounging in Washington Square Park and getting your tan on.
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Brunch in New York City is the absolute best and deserves to be photographed.
A witty and fierce debate champion, NYU senior Ella shares her incredible experiences working under the Executive Office of the President.
Don’t we all want luscious locks like Cher?
We all know that being in college essentially means that we are constantly thinking, “WHERE DID I SPEND MY MONEY?”
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Who needs a turkey when you have these desserts?
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Microsoft Excel is your new best friend.
Can we just have all of these desserts at once?
Follow in her footsteps through some of the show’s most iconic spots and feel like a Sex and The City cast member.
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Bellyn is an extraordinarily imaginative photographer who takes experimental photography to the next level.
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