Some of us were too young to make the trip to MTV Beach House in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, where slow roasted twenty-somethings were held in a pool pen next to Carson Daly as he awkward interviewed visiting celebrities. Sadly, some of us are now too old to enjoy its revival as it should be enjoyed—sun’s out, buns…
All your tweets, Instagrams and Yik Yaks are ruining spring break in peak destinations like Florida, Alabama and even New England.
Like The Ten Commandments on Easter and cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving, it's time for a seasonal ritual: The Fox News freakout over debauched college kids swarming America's beaches for the pagan rite known as SPRAAANG BREAAAAK.
A recent announcement from the Texas Department of Public Safety warned students against traveling to Mexico over spring break, citing "the unpredictable nature of cartel violence and other criminal elements."
Fox News' Sean Hannity has devoted five segments over the past week to EXPOSING what's REALLY going on at Spring Break in America, almost as if the institution of SPRING BREAK FOREVER isn't already decades old and well-explored.
Dozens were hospitalized and over 100 people were arrested after all hell in its fiery and brimstoney glory broke loose at a spring break party near University of California at Santa Barbara. This is the stuff of nightmares.
Because Fox News' average viewer was already middle aged by the time MTV debuted, the network is sending one of its most intrepid concerned blonde moms into the bowels of youthful hedonism to teach The Olds about this new thing called "Spring Break." And it's hilarious.
Add Spring Break to the growing tally of consequence-free opportunities for public exhibitionism that social media is ruining. The New York Times, reporting from formerly debauched Key West, says that these self-important spring breakers are more aware than ever of the mighty Facebook monster's insatiable appetite for…
The blogs are full of skimpy bikinis and ethereal sarongs — but fantasy vacations aside, what's the minimum wardrobe you can get away with for a warm-weather getaway?
Don't these young people look happy and carefree? Let's hope they're not in Orlando. An "analysis of crime and accident stats coupled with doctor and lawyer rankings of 25 popular spring break destinations" ranked the home of Disney the most dangerous of the list. And we all know how slasher films start.
It's Spring Break in America, and you know what that means... Millions of college students are getting wasted. And, more often than not, this is the time that young women go from concentrating on history or communications to studying Sex Appeal 101. LA Times columnist Megham Daum went to Cancun a few years ago, to…
When the Miss America Pageant, ditched by Viacom owned CMT, finally goes the way of Elle Girl — online only (but so Web 2.0!) — some, like Nashville's Ralph Emery, may see it as a blow to that "little piece of Americana" that is the promotion of lofty goals (scholarship) alongside loftier ones (swimsuit-wearing!)
Breaking! The Gulf Coast resort-area of Cancun may be experiencing a shortage of tits and ass, no thanks to Wilma (as in Hurricane) and the U.S. government, which have conspired to send the binge-drinkers of U.S. universities stumbling to other — less expensive — wet T-shirt destinations.