Read this month’s editor’s letter of stories, insights, and tips! Let’s celebrate getting past the end of midterms!
It wouldn’t be considered the Stern elevator without these idiosyncratic characters.
“You don’t have to shop at the Loft to fit in here at Stern.” Hello, discount stores!
“Last time I graced the pages of Perspective magazine, I gave my take on pencil skirts and all of their glory. This time around, come with me as I maybe somewhat obnoxiously state my opinion on a peculiar fashion trend I see pop up every winter here at Yeshiva University.”
“A million thoughts flooded my mind and once I gathered them, what I felt was that I was not lucky enough to know what I was supposed to be missing. How can you be sad about something when you don’t know what that something is?”
” Being on a game show, simply put, is pretty cool. It finally puts each person in the driver’s seat, as if Oprah is pointing to us all and exclaiming that we all get to be on a game show! And HQ, with its kaleidoscopic graphics, clattering background music, and seemingly endless stream of terrible puns, is even more exciting. HQ manages to bring what used to be a rare experience to the masses.”
“From the many rules I have made to enjoy life, self care is one of them. Your face is your most important accessory, and learning how to take care of it should be a top priority.”
This UWS Brunch Guide is going to be your secret weapon for happy brunching!
“Millennials…prefer WhatsApp and Facebook messenger to old- fashioned calling. The lack of face-to-face—or at least voice-to-voice— interactions, however, leaves a gaping hole in the process of building our relationships and friendships.”
“Never forget where you come from. Never let someone else dictate who you truly are. God put you on this earth for a reason — for you to take all that you have been given and find a way to shine.”
It’s true that challenging emotions such as shame, hurt, anger, resentment, and disappointment sting—sometimes to our cores—but they are also the birthplace of emotions that everyone wants to feel.
“As someone who has struggled with anxiety in the past, I fought with the notion of the “science” of psychology.”