Author Archives: jsingh26

I’ll be back… Turbanator style.

Though the semester may be coming to end, this definitely is not my last semester here at Trinity University. Next semester, I’ll be back here on campus (apocalypse permitting), wreaking havoc and causing chaos the same way I do every year. 

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The Hellbook….was hell to watch, really.

Good God, if I have to sit down and watch scenes from The Notebook (Cassavetes, 2004) one more time, I might just loose it. Running out of time and being forced to resort to borrowing a DVD from a chick-flick loving friend, … Continue reading

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If only the movies were this good!

Going through and watching movie trailers for this assignment ultimately lead me to one conclusion: “Good God, I must watch all of these movies!” Though my conclusion was slightly misdirected, by watching movie trailers it’s easy to understand my thought … Continue reading

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Dude, I can totally plank that!

Planking is a meme that has become extremely popular in the past few years, though it seems to have originated more than a decade ago. Interesting enough, this meme doesn’t really involve any mental effort whatsoever. You don’t need to … Continue reading

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Wait, why am I crying?

When I was about 8 years old, I remember walking into the living room where my sisters were both sitting at the table watching TV with an extreme amount of focus. Having been tired of doing nothing all day, I … Continue reading

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You can call me The Turbanator.

My name is Jasdeep Singh, and I am a junior Political Science major at Trinity University. I was born and raised on the East coast in New Jersey and I have never stopped missing the cold weather! You can always … Continue reading

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