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The best friends are those who can finish your sentences and predict when you’ll need a shoulder to cry on.
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Capturing the mellow vibes and laidback atmosphere of Hawaii that makes all Harvardians yearn for sunny beaches and spring break,
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When I reached the airport to fly home for Thanksgiving, I suddenly realized that I was about to go through
Provided Britney Spears can keep herself out of jail or rehab, she’ll be able to take some satisfaction in pulling
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So you haven’t set up your internship with Goldman, found an apartment in Manhattan, and picked out the perfect suit
Ryan is having the kind of bad day that can only happen in the movies. He gets dumped, fired, and