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Know Your Vine: Country Boy I Love You

Know Your Vine: Country Boy I Love You

Like so many country songs before this absolute anthem, Jada Reilee sings of her love to a country boy. Jada doesn’t specify who the country boy is, where he’s from, or what he’s done to capture his heart, but it doesn’t matter. Along with the iconic “Country Boy I love you” is her closing tongue wag and eyebrow raise which seals her infatuation with the nameless country boy

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Should You Raise A Dog In College? (The Pros and Cons of Having a Pet on Campus)

Should You Raise A Dog In College? (The Pros and Cons of Having a Pet on Campus)

The idea of raising a dog in college can seem great. But just because you love dogs doesn’t necessarily mean that you can handle raising one in college. 

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The More You Meme: That’s the Tea, Sis

The More You Meme: That’s the Tea, Sis

That’s the Tea started - like a lot of slang - in black drag culture during the 90s. It was referenced in a nonfiction book titled Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, in which drag performer The Lady Chablis is interviewed about her life. She mentions that she avoids certain kinds of men who could become violent when they “find out her T.”

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Know Your Vine: It's an Avocado...Thanks

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Know Your Vine: It's an Avocado...Thanks

Vine: It’s an Avocado…Thanks When: August 7, 2015 Where: New England Vine Description: When you are really good at pretending to like your birthday gifts.. #funny #toddler #cutebaby #baby #comedy #cute It’s an Avocado…Thanks: The History Most kids aren’t exactly the best at hiding their true feelings. If they like something, they tell you. And if they don’t…well, they’re pretty vocal about that too. It’s not until we get a little older that we start to develop a filter. In 2015, Father Jeff Walters deliberately gave his son Henry an avocado for a birthday gift to test his manners. Walters had been teaching...

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Lilah James: Finding Balance After College, Not Burnout

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Lilah James: Finding Balance After College, Not Burnout

As a student at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, fashion designer Lilah James used her personal experience with and journey through complex PTSD to inspire her designs, and creative a visual narrative through textiles and fabric construction. One notable example is the Shame and Guilt collection she created while still a student, which was captured in a documentary by director Glenn Holsten. Through her design work, Lilah explored themes of anxiety, coping and recovery through the lens of creativity, specifically fashion.   Life After College But when Lilah left college, she felt isolated, confused, alone. Like so...

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