Valentine’s Day comes once a year, but gifts and good will should last year round.
Author: Carl Rosen
Sex: even reading the word evokes some kind of reaction—positive or negative. Our culture has made this specific combination of three letters one of the most loaded words in the English language. It’s a bizarre notion that the Spinnaker has never had a full-fledged sex column before this. In theory, […]
I was recently Snapchatted a selfie of a girl with a look of disgust on her face. The accompanying text read, “You’re the weirdest snapper I’ve met.” I’m still not sure whether that’s a good thing.
Social media has snowballed into a sex machine.
Imagine a place where a person’s appearance, sexual performance, and overall demeanor are scored on a 1-10 scale, and that person has no control over or access to their rating. Don’t think too hard; this place exists. Welcome to the digital age.
A UNF student serves on a jury deciding the fate of a public masturbator.
UNF’s head coach Matthew Driscoll whistled fervently into the dying minutes of the first round game, attempting to call plays for his players as best as he could, but his acute whistle wasn’t enough to stop the Eagles from taking control, and keeping it.
Just like some people don’t photograph well and many books don’t adapt to the big screen properly, a live band may ruin the expectations their album had set up for you. The xx had a reverse effect for Carl Rosen, and what was expected to be a grating live show, turned out to be quite pleasant.
For Sara Evans and senior Katie England, this meet was the beginning of the end of an era. England has been swimming competitively for 15 years and Evans for 17 years — having committed to this way of life not long after retiring from diapers.
The actual surf contests are filled with laughing, eating, heckling and ultimately evening celebrations, which is exactly why so many of the team’s members rave about the camaraderie.