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A Quarantine Diary of My Terrible Roommates
Bad boyfriends, jettisoned wine, and passive-aggressive living.
Wait, Marianne Williamson and Laura Dern Used to Be Roommates?
Transcendental meditation works in mysterious ways.
my two cents
I Think My Broke Roommate Is Taking Advantage of Me
But I also feel bad for her!
science of us
When You Love Clutter and Your Partner Is a Minimalist
Living together is tough when one member of the relationship is a pack rat and the other hates having too much stuff.
White Student Arrested After Bragging She Spit in Black Roommate’s Coconut Oil
Jazzy Rowe says her University of Hartford roommate went to sickening lengths to get her to move out.
What to Do When You Feel Like the Only Roommate Who Ever Cleans
It’s easy to miss the work that other people are putting in.
The Woman Embracing Eroticism to Cope With the Election
This week’s sex diary.
Here’s Why Living Alone May Be Bad for Your Health
Social isolation can lead to premature deaths.
Enjoy This Dramatic Email Sent to a UCLA Freshman by Her Future Roommate
“I’ll turn it into a bigger situation so don’t try me.”
We Live in a Poop-Covered World
Your roommate’s poop germs could be on your toothbrush.
Envy Nearly Wrecked My Best Friendship
I wanted what he had, which I imagined to be the Dream.
Ask Polly: Should I Live Alone So I Can Act Weird and Not Feel Ashamed?
Watch College Roommates Air Secret Grievances at Each Other
We asked roommates to confront each other with their biggest complaints.
In Praise of the Rando Freshman Roommate
You learn a lot more in college when you live with someone who isn’t like you.
What Mismatched Roommates Teach Each Other
The downside of new programs designed to match compatible college roomies.