Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Art of Being Selfish

By Maria Pianelli You do you. I’m all too familiar with those three little words. The words that greet you at the end of a relationship. “He’s an ass anyway. You do you.” The words that console you during the resulting dry spell. “You do you for awhile. The right guy will come along.” Mom’s […]

Let’s Talk About Death, Baby

By Tom Scarcella August 17th is a date I won’t soon forget. Besides the (wholly unrelated) fact that my first girlfriend’s AIM screen name marked her birthday with “81793,” it was also the date that began the most transformative and grueling experience of my college career. It wasn’t an internship, or a relationship, or any […]

Intern, Reincarnated: Scoring a Job at Your Old Stomping Grounds

by April Castillo Working at Woman’s Day is kind of a deja vu scene for me. The last time I was there, it was the summer of 2013 and I was working in the health department as an American Society of Magazine Editors editorial intern. Now I’m working in the food department while their associate […]

9 Cultural Assimilation Tips to Help You Kill it in a New Office

By Stacy Livingston, originally posted on the LaunchSquad Tumblr At the start of this summer, I got on a plane. I spent six hours sitting next to a senior citizen with a persistent and phlegmy cough. I got off said plane. It was my first time on the West Coast, and making my way from […]