Wake up. Shower. Make coffee. Go to work. Take out the trash moments before the garbage truck arrives. It’s a monotony we know all too well, and one that often calls for an escape.
Solutions may involve medications, but they may also require movement. They may require opening up your mind. They may need dreaming.
While they may not be able to understand the Coffeehouse experience this year, there is hope that these upcoming events — and the passionate students managing them — can preserve the culture of Coffeehouse.
In Emerald Fennell’s 2020 thriller-comedy “Promising Young Woman,” Cassandra “Cassie” Thomas (Carey Mulligan) spends her weekends pretending to be blackout-drunk in nightclubs in an attempt to see which fedora-clad horndog will try to drag her to bed.
He went into digital marketing. She’s getting her master’s in psych. Could I make it any more obvious?
Although it exudes an intentional cheesiness in its creatively gory murders, the movie still avoids tropes one would expect from its inspirations. No, the best friends don’t die first, and no, the serial killer and traumatized teen won’t embrace each other after seeing life from each other’s eyes.
Contrary to popular opinion, traveling is not that great: Airports are slow and crowded; hotels are stiff and plastic; museums, even for a history nerd, tend to be boring; souvenirs are overpriced and easily lost; and the pictures never turn out quite how you expect.