“Get In Loser, We’re Going to Broadway”

On April 30, 2004, America’s favorite movie about a clique of high school plastics was released. Starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried, Mean Girls tells the story of Cady Herron (Lohan), a 16-year old who has just moved back to the United States with her parents and is thrust into the stereotypical high school setting that is stricken with cliques, social standards, drama, and the Queen of it all, Regina George (McAdams). However, an article written by Nadia Aror, author for GRAZIA, has revealed that this screenplay, written by Tina Fey, could soon find itself center stage on Broadway.

“This Little Girl” is far from what you’d expect, she’s better

“It’s Cady. C-A-D-Y.” … “Yeah, I’m gonna call you ‘Caddy.’” Meet Cady Groves; a twenty-three year old spitfire, this singer-songwriter has no problem telling you exactly what’s on her mind. Don’t believe me? Check out her Twitter. The most connected of any artist I listen to, Groves is constantly talking with fans (lovingly called “batches”) […]

Teenage Nightmare: The Effect of Cliques and Peer Pressure

The duty of friends is to accept each others faults and strengths without judgment. Friendships should be based on trust and honesty, like any other relationship. So why is the pressure to fit in so extreme in society? If friends were so approving of one another then peer pressure and the need to belong would […]