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With a majority of the University's class online, the new year looks a little bit different for everyone. Whether you’re studying from home or in Charlottesville, this upcoming school year has been bombarded with unfortunate challenges and circumstances. From technical Zoom issues to not being able to make your first or last year memorable, there are different challenges that everyone must face and overcome.
As summer passes along, I am finding new ways to entertain myself — whether that is through picking up a new hobby or preparing myself for the next school year. While endlessly scrolling through TikTok, I found a video where the user Mia Challiner ate like Kendall Jenner for 24 hours. After watching the video, I thought it would be fun to experiment and write about what it’s like to eat like a celebrity for a day.
As we all know, COVID-19 has changed the lifestyles of hundreds of millions. Due to increasing regulations, schools across America closed early, which in turn has resulted in the cancellation of many in-person graduation ceremonies. The University is no exception. For many of our graduating fourth year students, this pandemic means no graduation parties, pictures and celebrations with friends or Final Exercises on the Lawn until at least October. However, there are still many ways for fourth years to make the most out of their virtual graduations.
If you are caught up with the latest entertainment news, then you should know that “Parasite” made history during the 92nd Academy Awards. Not only was the movie nominated for six awards, but it also won four of those, including Best Picture. This great feat was historic as “Parasite” became the first non-English language movie to accept this top prize.
After a week of staying home and practicing social distancing, I realized that every day had consisted of consuming endless amounts of snacks and a futile attempt to compensate by walking a whopping 500 steps. At some point it occurred to me that I should make the most out of this unfortunate situation and find ways to efficiently utilize the extra time I have now.
One of my favorite late night activities I like to do with my friends is eat. Whether because of late-night cravings or late-night studying, something about eating late at night with close friends forges a memory I like looking back on. One of my late-night favorites is a Korean snack called tteok kkochi (떡꾜치).