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5 Signs You're Ready to Fart in Front of Him

By Candice Jalili
September 30, 2014 - 2:06am

It’s Saturday morning. Hook up #7. You find yourself in his bed and those beans from Sarah’s birthday dinner at Aqui last night are starting to catch up with you. Do you treat yourself to a nice liberating toot or suck it in and suffer in silence? 1. He Has Seen You Soberly Cry (***Yes, this implies that you guys have soberly hung out***) READ MORE

"Her Stories": Spring Break Immersion in the Big Easy

By Shannon Price
May 13, 2014 - 8:58pm

The phrase “spring break” brings a number of stereotypical images to mind – sandy beaches, palm trees, wild parties in Mexico, etc. But what about old jeans, paint splatters, and work gloves? Do such things belong with the phrase “spring break”? The answer is YES. Absolutely, without a doubt – yes. READ MORE

7 Movies To Watch After Getting Out Of A Relationship

By Jake Lans
April 28, 2014 - 6:14pm

1. Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind This movie is pretty ideal if you’ve recently broken up with someone and are having second thoughts.  It will equally rehash the good and bad from your relationship.  Things may not have been so bad that you need to have your mind erased, but it’s still a relevant film. 2. 500 Days of Summer  READ MORE

How To Be Kind During Finals Week

By Shannon Price
March 17, 2014 - 3:37am

Imagine this: you walk out of a Week 10 “midterm” (Really, professor? Week 10?) and head to the library to prepare for tomorrow’s presentation.  When you get there, the person in front of you doesn’t look and you get a door shut in your face.  You hit up the café for some much needed coffee and feel hurried by the barista.  Suddenly, you’re not only exhausted, but annoyed and frustrated, too.       At finals time, it’s easy to feel like we are the most important people in the world, and that only our problems matter.  Well, sorry not sorry to burst your bubble, SCU. READ MORE

My Top 9 Culture Shocks Studying Abroad in Spain

By Abby Grills
February 23, 2014 - 4:29pm

1.  So much PDA. Spanish culture places a higher significance on visiting the home of a boyfriend or girlfriend. Because most people live with their parents through college and frequently even after, it is not as easy as it is in the US to spend time with a boyfriend or girlfriend at your apartment. This results in couples making out in public. Everywhere. This includes the metro, the streets, restaurants, and most commonly, in parks. At night especially, couples can be seen lying in the grass doing anything from cuddling to having sex. READ MORE

Valentine’s Day Activities: Singles Edition

By Regina V. Fields
February 13, 2014 - 2:24am

**Note: This article is a spoof! Do NOT take any of this seriously, or do any of the activities… unless you’re awesome.** Valentine’s Day Activities: Singles Edition There are a lot of fake holidays surrounding Valentine’s Day that are supposed to be “for the single people” … I’m looking at you, Galentine’s Day. If you’re single on Valentine’s Day, that’s all the more reason to celebrate the occasion of love… and how you will totally find it… and not with your cat Billy… (though he does look good in a bowtie). This whole article is going to be about how to love yourself, and remind yourself that you are the only person you will ever truly need. READ MORE

Ripped From the Headlines: This Week at SCU

By Her Campus Santa Clara
January 26, 2014 - 11:27pm

“High Hopes for SCU Beer Die Team in Sochi Winter Olympics”  “SCU Girls Scared to Walk to any Starbucks Within 1 Block Radius: Campus Safety Launching Companion Program” “Student Shocked to Learn Santa Clara is Going to the Super Bowl” "Students Attending Dalai Lama Campus Visit Disappointed to Find Animal on Stage" “Engineer Reportedly 'Humble and Quiet' When Asked About Major” "Freshman Student Happy to Explain Stress of Finals Week to Fellow 20 Year Old, Living in Slums of Mumbai" READ MORE

10 Thoughts Regarding Gender and Feminism

By Mary Zamojski
December 23, 2013 - 5:20pm


You Know You're From SCU When...

By Lauren Liu
December 14, 2013 - 4:38pm

Everything, every year, every distinct moment in our lives has different songs, images or stories that help you identify and represent those unique moments, people and places. For example, every time you hear “Wrecking Ball” in the future don’t tell me you are not going to think of the first three months of this school year…thanks Miley. You go girl.  So in light of such “sensors” I thought I would make it more personal, more close to home… Ladies, loud and proud, you know you are a chick from SCU when… READ MORE

Ways To Get Into The Holiday Spirit

By Keely O'Connor
December 9, 2013 - 9:43pm

Thanks to Buddy in the movie Elf, we all know that “the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.”  However, there is so much more we can do besides belting out our favorite Christmas carols to get into the holiday spirit. 1.  Whip out that ugly Christmas sweater READ MORE