Check It Before You Wreck It

By Francine Szerer
The next time someone else’s “perfect post” brings you down, scroll through your own page and remember that nothing is as perfect as it seems.

Some More Thoughts on Stern Dating Culture

By Liat Clark
“In light of a number of pieces (published and unpublished) recently written by women in Yeshiva University expressing their frustrations with the dating culture and shidduch system in our university and broader community, I’d like to follow up with some observations, comfort, and encouragement for everyone who finds themselves anywhere in the world of relationships.”

Taking Advantage of all this Christmas Cheer

By Lilly Gelman
“What can Christmas mean to those who didn’t grow up attending Midnight Mass to return home and ogle at gifts under the tree in the living room? Coming from a home of a different religion or one simply apathetic to the traditions of Christmas, can people still take advantage of all this most wonderful time of year has to offer?”

My Top 2018 Fiction Releases

By Kayla Plutzer
Looking for a page-turner to curl up with after long, icy days of school and studying? Check of Kayla Plutzer’s top 5 picks from 2018.

Podcasts Catered to Your Hyperspecific Needs

By Atara Huberfeld
“Here you’ll find very niche and very wonderful podcasts, some of which you might be familiar with, while others have only four ratings on the iTunes store. Happy Listening!”

Dear Abby: Baffled in Brookdale

By Abby Stiefel
“My roommate and I are not getting along and are on opposite schedules…We fight about stupid things like taking out the garbage and opening and closing the window. I want us to be friends and good roommates, but I really don’t know what to do! Please help!!!”