9:49 am, January 8th | by Sarah Devlin
We wondered if the people gleefully predicting a 2016 Hillary run will be more cautious in the wake of her recent health scare.
12:00 pm, December 18th | by Sarah Devlin
The woman responsible for the famous “botched fresco” just sold a painting on eBay for $1400. Is she savvily taking advantage of the interest in her to help her favorite charity, or is she the one being taken advantage of?
12:30 pm, December 11th | by Sarah Devlin
The death of Jacintha Saldanha was a reminder that “harmless” pranks can have not-so-harmless consequences. In light of this tragedy, should radio stations continue to pull pranks on unsuspecting people?
10:30 am, December 4th | by Sarah Devlin
The holidays are a lot of fun — they can also be super expensive. What’s the best way to find balance?
9:45 am, November 27th | by Sarah Devlin
Spoiler alert: yes. Yes it is.
9:45 am, November 20th | by Sarah Devlin
Twilight has made Kristen Stewart a huge star. But has it been worth it?
3:30 pm, November 16th | by Sarah Devlin
It’s Friday, so we feel like it’s a good time to talk about Channing Tatum’s HUGE NEWS this week.
1:30 pm, November 13th | by Sarah Devlin
Have General Petraeus and Paula Broadwell’s on-the-job indiscretions been blown out of proportion?
1:30 pm, October 23rd | by Sarah Devlin
We took on the “Office Pushover vs. Office B*tch” debate.
1:30 pm, October 16th | by Sarah Devlin
Taylor Swift has had quite the summer, with all of her Kennedy-dating, and now quite the fall, with the release of singles “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “I Knew You Were Trouble” from her forthcoming album, which features a new sound but very similar content to past albums. We decided to settle the question of whether or not Swift’s model for success is empowering or not once and for all.