“I love you” is a term I have said the most to people who aren’t my romantic partner. Ever since I was a child these words have referred to my friends, my family and even my roommate. Yet as I got older I learned that these habits are almost always overshadowed by a completely different context: romance.
Each holiday has that one food that completely polarises humanity as much as politics. It can range from something simple as candy corn on Halloween to something as personal as cranberry relish on Thanksgiving.
Good morning. It’s going to get better. I repeat these phrases over and over. From the very moment I open my eyes all throughout the day until I close them once again.
One in five U.S. residents speak a different language while they’re at home, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.
To some students at Ball State, the fashion industry is a lot more than just a needle pulling thread.