By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Everyone knew how much I loved Glee in high school, so I started watching Glee again. It had the popularity equivalent to Game of Thrones, but lacked the dragons, nudity, war and most of Glee’s … Continue reading We Need to Talk about Glee
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor The saying is, blood is thicker than water, but that isn’t always the case. Family is supposed to stick together and love each, but that can be hard when your family consistently decides to support … Continue reading Confronting your Homophobic Family
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Q: “I’m an incoming freshman and I’m nervous with what’s happening with the pandemic….any advice for coming to campus and starting a new chapter during this time?” To be honest, as an incoming freshman, you … Continue reading Advice for Cats: Pandemic Concerns
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor While growing up, I never knew entirely what June 19 was. I knew it was something like the Fourth of July, but for some reason whenever I would attend Juneteenth parades, barbecues and any celebrations … Continue reading Why Juneteenth is Important
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor The U.S. law system has many critics. Many of these critics believe that the system of police officers and various forms of prisons, jails, detention camps, etc. are dishonorable and are in dire need of … Continue reading The Difference Between Defunding and Abolishing the Police
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Not every age has a right of passage, but some do. The sweet 16, the legal 18 and then there is 21. Most people happily dream of the year they finally turn 21. However, besides … Continue reading 10 Things to Know by 21
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor Imagine a platform where every fandom can unite to praise their idols and make personas completely dedicated to being a fan. Well, welcome to the chaotic place called stan Twitter. A place that is more … Continue reading A Short Guide to Stan Twitter
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor Let’s stop ignoring the elephant in the room, fatphobia is a thing and it is ingrained into today’s society. Yes, fatphobia is real, no matter what social media trolls think. However, fatphobia isn’t a … Continue reading Let’s Talk Fat Phobia
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor I had a plan for my sophomore year. I was going to be a good student, be more confident, be hardworking and be better than I was during my freshman year of college. In … Continue reading Six ways I Messed Up My Sophomore Year
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor Jenny Han is a very talented author that has recently gotten a lot of attention due to her book “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” getting a movie adaptation on Netflix. Even though … Continue reading Jenny Han’s “The Summer I Turned Pretty” Review
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor She jumped out of bed in a rush to get ready for school. She threw on her favorite band t-shirt, pairing it with a long sleeve shirt underneath. She completed the outfit with her … Continue reading In the Land of Quirky and Different
By Timia Cobb Web Content contributor Love and relationships, they seem so bittersweet. Thousands of us long for the comfort and happiness of finding someone who’s finally ours. However, in the long dreary quest of finding that perfect someone, we … Continue reading Advice from Timia: Are They Leading You On?
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor It was a Saturday evening and I found myself sitting in a mediocre Chinese buffet. My waiter brought me my check and the traditional fortune cookie they give to all their customers. The previous … Continue reading Change is Inevitable
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor I grew up watching Tyler Perry shows, movies, and plays. Everything he wrote surrounded black issues and problems. As a child, I thought it was amazing to see those issues addressed on TV screens. … Continue reading Is Tyler Perry helping the Black Community?
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor Women are supposed to be motherly, delicate and kind. This is how women have been described throughout history. A woman could never take lives, be evil or become a sadist. Because of these stereotypes, … Continue reading Murder She Wrote
By Timia CobbMusic Journalist My sadness can be dramatic, suffocating, painful, lonely and is never satisfied by one sound. In my sadness, I can crave the slow soulful voice of Beyoncé as she sings about wanting trust in her relationship. … Continue reading Sad Girl Hours: a Playlist
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor It’s sad to say that many people didn’t even want to read subtitles until late 2019 when “Parasite” won multiple awards and was raved about by everyone. However, when “Parasite” gained the attention it … Continue reading Shows worth reading subtitles for
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor As soon I learned Bernie Sanders was hosting a rally in Austin, Texas, I knew I had to attend. I gathered a group of friends and drove to Austin first thing in the morning and … Continue reading Feeling the Bern: What it’s Like to Attend a Bernie Sanders Rally
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor The air is getting humid, your cheeks are getting warmer, your trying to adapt to the heat in the tiny space you’ve found yourself in. Your shoulders feel strained from being pushed inward towards … Continue reading Bus Dysmorphia
By Timia CobbMusic Journalist I tend to cruise YouTube in the middle of the night in search of new music. My music taste during this time of night is wide and peculiar, but it has led me to find some … Continue reading 5 Artists I Found on YouTube at 3 a.m.