The 5 Languages of Love

By Linor Ben-Naim
Five Love Languages, admittedly sounds like a bad quiz you’d take on Buzzfeed, but it works. In fact, you don’t really need to read the book to understand the concept. It’s fairly simple, and by the end of this post, you’ll understand most of what you need to know.”

Shepping Nachas: Top Ten Jewish Musicians

By Jacob Roffe
“The conversation shifted gears and we began to discuss the top Jewish musicians in pop culture. After much research and thought, I think that I came up with ten of the best, and I want to share that with you guys, the readers!”

Six Signs Your Jokes Aren’t Funny

By Phillip Nagler
“I’ve decided to compile a list of tell-tale signs that your jokes aren’t funny. After reading them, you will be a pro at filtering out all of your mediocre comedy – even you, Karen.”

The Great Shower Debate

By Liat Clark
“If you’re struggling to decide when’s the optimal time to get your shower on (and you have a thang for debate), we gotchu. Let’s lay out all the facts.”

The 4 Person Room Struggle

By Eliana Lindenberg
“All of these things coupled with the possibility that you and your roommates will just not get along can make living in a four-person room a difficult experience for all involved. But it can also be the very best thing that ever happens to you. ”

A Guide for Spring Cleaning Your Life

By Chaviva Freedman
“I’m wondering if there is a way to do a mental version of spring cleaning. How do I figure out a way to weed out the people that bring me down instead of picking me up? How do I break down what things are more important than others? It’s something I struggle with a lot lately.”

YU’s Speakeasy

By Ellie Parker
“At YU, parties are seen less as a rite of passage and more as a seedy, underground society…”

Spring Break Adventures

A peek into all of your Spring Break Adventures! We’re glad some of you found the sun!