Food & Health

Holiday Foods From Different Cultures

Eating Around the World: Holiday Edition Audrey Harper | Contributing Writer     The holiday season has begun and people around the world are starting to prepare and celebrate for a variety of holidays. While during this time of year, many are gearing up for...

Nutpods Review

Nutpods Review   Jennafer Bowman, Evy Gallagher and Beth Wheeler  Nutpods is a dairy-free creamer alternative, that launched in 2015. With oat milk, coconut milk and almond milk-based coffee creamers, the brand is third-party certified meaning their labels were...

Alice’s Spooky Season Guide to Halloween Recipes

Alice’s Spooky Season Guide to Halloween Recipes  Emily Benito | Writing Contributor    Spooky Season is here, and along with it comes all the Halloween favorites. Many people feel that fall is a nostalgic time with fond memories of pumpkin-scented candles, seasonal...

Falling for Starbucks

Flavors you Need to Try this Season  Angie Hartsfield | Writing Contributor     While the temperature in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, can’t decide if it wants to be summer or fall,  students can still get in the fall spirit with the Starbucks fall menu. These drinks are...

Campus Food Trucks You Need to Try this Fall

Try something new this semester and visit one of the many food trucks coming to campus this fall.  ​​Elisabeth Bernard | Food and Health Editor  For college students, packing a lunch and carrying it from one class to the next is not always a feasible option. Many...

Grab your Friends, We’re Having a (Dinner) Party!

Grab your Friends, We’re Having a (Dinner) Party!  Here’s how you can host them with the limited budget and busy schedule of a college student.  Elisabeth Bernard | Food and Health Editor    The popularity of dinner parties has recently made a comeback thanks to...

The Search for a Drive-thru That Works for You

Those with dietary restrictions can have trouble finding fast-food restaurants that offer options for them. According to a survey conducted by Alliance for Science, a program affiliated with Cornell University, vegetarians and vegans make up 10% of the population of...

Dissecting Detox Diets 

Elisabeth Bernard | Food and Health Editor  It’s the reason juicers are common household items, it’s the topic of many “Poosh” articles and it ensures shelves of pre-packaged juices are empty the first week of each January, but what exactly is a juice cleanse?   Most...

The Reality of “Euphoria”

By Evy Gallagher * “Euphoria” spoiler alerts In “Euphoria,” the concept of drugs is a very heavy subject. It deals with AA, overdosing, violence, brutality and how terrifying these topics are. Though on the other hand, there’s also this idea of euphoric feelings:...

The Battle between the Matcha Lattes of Title Town

By Evy Gallagher I always wanted to like coffee. I liked the idea of going to coffee shops, ordering a cappuccino and sipping it by the window. By the time I was old enough to start drinking coffee, my anxiety was bad enough that I didn’t want to worsen it by drinking...

Tuscaloosa Coffee Crawl

By Cat Clinton Coffee is an addictive substance many people refuse to start the day without. The caffeine buzz often creates a rush of energy some claim causes an increase in productivity and a positive mood. It can be common for college students to live a lifestyle...

Daily Practices for Anxious Folks

By Evy Gallagher   Each day, individuals are faced with their own daily struggles that can cause anxiety, but with today’s issues, mental health has taken a hit across the world. The pandemic, the racial unrest and the tension throughout America, are causing more...

Digitally Detoxing

By Evy Gallagher According to a Gear Brain article, the average American spends almost eight hours a day on digital devices. The introduction of smart devices into this generation has shifted some important life aspects online, such as jobs, communication and...