Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
After months and months of being bombarded with political buzz, Election Day is finally upon us. It's a little exhausting to deal with Bayonets and amusing autotuning and everything in between, so it's about darn time society gets back to business and resumes normality.
Ever since news broke that Disney purchased Lucasfilm, AKA the 'Star Wars' franchise, tons of Disney-meets-Star-Wars art has hit the net. It's not only really cool, the art also helps us to picture what it'll be like when the sci-fi franchise is immersed in cartoon land.
With the presidential election less than a week away, candidates are bombarding us from all angles with ads, debates and last-minute pushes to secure votes. (Their efforts are pretty much pointless considering we joined The Pizza Party a while back, but that's besides the point.)
In all seriousness, all this presidential hoopla can be a little overwhelming and upsetting at times. This is especially true if you're a politically-aware four-year-old.
Hurricane Sandy was the sassiest of storms, to say the least -- the entire East Coast was affected in one way or another. Although the worst of the weather is over, Frankenstorm has still forced millions of people to stay inside and wait for outside damage to be cleared. Cue: major cabin fever.
Happy Halloween all you Halloweeners! Aside from the whole boatloads of candy thing, there are two awesome things we're excited about today: it's socially acceptable to dress up like a disgustingly gruesome zombie in public, and we get to nerd out over jack-o-lanterns. Could it get much better?! Surprisingly, yes.
Covering Hurricane Sandy has proven to be quite a feat. It's difficult to keep up with all the information pouring into the newsrooms, but who gets to experience the brunt of it all? Reporters. Poor, poor reporters.
Kristen Stewart is always around vampires these days. She's surrounded by the bloodsuckers in 'Twilight', and rumor has it she's back on with Robert Pattinson, AKA Edward Cullen. So since vampires are a Halloween staple, and October 31st is just around the corner, what better way to help us understand the creepy holiday than by enlisting K-Stew?
As the entire East Coast prepares to get slammed by Hurricane Sandy, politicians from all affected states are taking necessary precautions to keep people safe. New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is one of them.
Whisky is a man’s game. Kicking back with a glass is a testament to our manhood, but it doesn’t seem like the stuff gets enough credit. That is until recently. It sounds like the testosterone-laced drink is finally gaining well-deserved attention these days, and we have some Scottish drunkards to thank.
When it comes to getting out of cop trouble, women have it way easier than us guys. It’s not like we have the luxury of flashing our racks to get out of tickets, although that’d be really awesome. Wait, do women even do that? They should.
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