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Michelle Dubert


Word on the Street

As an underclassman, one of the first skills I learned from my older, wiser and infinitely cooler peers was how to spot a senior; to observe how they blithely cock their heads when they laugh, how they sashay down the Walk, how and where they congregate.

Word on the street: Fuck you, world

Every year when the weather gets warmer, I geta little homesick. Typically this happens at roughly the same time when Spring Fling is over, and I have ginormous papers to look forward to.

Breaking a record

Walking into Philadelphia Record Exchange on 5th by South Street is something of a meta experience; there's almost too much to take in at once.

Word on the street: I'm an Audioslave for you

Sometimes I feel like I just don't belong. See, I straddle this dual existence, a dichotomy if you will, where I'm all clean and prep on the outside but soul-shredding head-banger in my core.

Starving your sanity

You're a freshman, a neophyte in the real world. As Friday night rolls around, you and your friends sashay into a swanky downtown eatery, swarm a booth, peruse the menu and maybe even order some drinks if your fake is decent or the place doesn't card.

Girl-on-girl action

Get merry, get naked. Bras and Beaters Fergie's Pub 1214 Sansom Street Fri and Sat, 7 p.m., $10 (215) 413-1318 Odds are high that if you're past puberty, you've been scorned once or twice by the opposite sex.

WoodChuck Chuck

Although it sometimes seems as though Wharton gets all the glory around here with their billion dollar facilities, P.I.M.P.

Red Sox, Sex and Breathing

Fever Pitch is, essentially, identical to every other effervescent Drew Barrymore comedy released in the past five years.

Hypocrisy Democracy

Envision the town of Sanctimony as perhaps a modern-day Pleasantville, where superficiality is one's savior, everyone feigns composure to avoid the town's scrutiny and nobody has a damn clue where life is going.

Pizza orgy

Nothing makes you feel more welcome in a restaurant than a sign reading, "If you're grouchy, irritable or just plain mean, there will be a $10 charge for putting up with you" in huge letters.

Dave Serenades animals

Based on the children's book by Kate DiCamillo, Because of Winn-Dixie is the story of ten-year-old Opal (AnnaSophia Robb), who, still mystified by her mother's departure seven years earlier, struggles to find her way in a new town.
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