The photographs on @jackjunk’s Instagram profile may astound you — it’s not very often that you meet someone your age who has already mastered the art of capturing the various essences of their daily life, leaving viewers wanting to know more. However, a warning: Once you view Jack’s profile, you might find yourself trying to emulate him and to take photos of anything and everything in an attempt to formulate it into a calm and serene image that makes viewers feel at peace.

Annika Nygren ’16 was inspired to write her senior thesis on romance and intimacy on college campuses after studying abroad in Madrid, Spain. She often refers to her thesis as an exploration of “hookup culture” and its complex effects. I had the fortunate opportunity to sit down with Nygren and discuss her fascinating research and writing.

Frank Ocean is the music industry’s indisputable king of procrastination. The contemporary R&B artist and former member of the alternative hip-hop collective, Odd Future, gained a following after the release of his 2011 debut mixtape “Nostalgia, Ultra.” Since the 2012 release of his Grammy award-winning debut studio album “channel ORANGE,” Ocean’s talents have been in the limelight, attracting more fans to await more new music.