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Falling for You: 8 Fall Activities for You and Your Loved Ones

By: Lauren Murray Fall is undoubtedly a favorite season for many people. With the leaves changing, lots of holidays, colder weather, and pumpkin spice, what's not to love? This season can foster a sense of love and brings forth bundles of warming activities that you,...

Ready. Set. Hike.

By: Emily Benito There is significant turmoil in the world today. If you’re anything like a normal human being, you’re overwhelmed, nervous, stressed out. How do you relax?  Hiking. That’s how you can de-stress. Let’s start this off with a reason to get out and hike:...

A Seat at The Table

Sara Beth Bolin and Mikelah Luke Mallory Hagan grew up on the stage. After competing in pageants for years, she found herself crowned Miss America in 2013, representing the United States with a glittering tiara placed on her head and crowds cheering her...

Behind the Ink

By Rachel Wilburn In August of 2015, I spent a week in the hospital for a traumatic injury and resulting complications. After over a year of outpatient testing and treatment, I finally found the time and emotional bandwidth to process the turmoil and...

There They Are, Miss America

By Meg McGuire Atlantic City is a living postcard. The Jersey Shoreline boardwalk has faded with salt and time, now a pale phantom of the once vibrant tourist hub. The themed casinos are packed with retirees on retreat, balancing cups filled with quarters...

Five Spring Break Must-Visit Destinations

By Madison Haynes Spring break is that one week out of the year where college students across the country embark on different adventures hoping to relieve stress, make memories and have tons of fun along the way. We encourage you to pack your bags, grab...

Gal Pal Gift Guide

by Anna Klement Feeling like the grinch this season? Take a break from studying for finals and shop Alice’s top picks for each gal in your group. Here’s a roundup of gift-spiration under $50 for the season of giving when you’re living off leftover dining...

‘Interconnected Art’ dance photos for Monday motivation

By Catherine May Few things are as strikingly emotive as the experience of dance. The empirical nature of this visual art applies not only to those who perform, but to those who can spectate and feel as well. The movements of dancers shed light on the feats of the...

Swipe Right

By Becca Murdoch Nope. No thank you. Not a chance in hell. These were just a few -and some of my milder thoughts -on using millennial dating app/hook-up platform, Tinder. We’ve all heard horror stories about online dating, most of them the warnings of our tech-wary...

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Halloween, But Make it Fashion

Halloween, But Make it Fashion

By: Erin Hall Published at 7:46 a.m. on Oct. 28 Ah Halloween. The best time of year, in my opinion at least. I hope your decorations are out because Halloween is right around the corner. I also hope that you have your costume ready. I know I do. If you do, great. If...

BACNE

BACNE

BACNE The Enemy No One Talks About By: Sophia Surrett That’s right, you read bacne- back acne. If you have been through your teenage years all the way up to early adulthood, you know what acne is. When most people think of acne, they think of it on your face, the most...

Ready. Set. Hike.

By: Emily Benito There is significant turmoil in the world today. If you’re anything like a normal human being, you’re overwhelmed, nervous, stressed out. How do you relax?  Hiking. That’s how you can de-stress. Let’s start this off with a reason to get out and hike:...

An Introvert’s Guide to the Gym

An Introvert’s Guide to the Gym

by Irene Richardson Imagine going to a football game but instead of the ginormous jumbotron displaying players, it shows you, alone, struggling to complete a task you have never performed. This sounds like some kind of nightmare, but for many introverts,...

BACNE

BACNE

BACNE The Enemy No One Talks About By: Sophia Surrett That’s right, you read bacne- back acne. If you have been through your teenage years all the way up to early adulthood, you know what acne is. When most people think of acne, they think of it on your face, the most...