Baring It All: A Year in Review

By Rachel Kurland This year’s trendsetting color: nude. Some of pop culture’s favorite celebrities have bared it all — Jennifer Lawrence, Keira Knightley, Kim Kardashian. But why? They claim to do it for art or a societal statement, but a little research shows that it’s just for shameless self-promotion. Some people, however, support their nakedness. The Guardian published an article encouraging the revealing breast movement: “They’re … Continue reading Baring It All: A Year in Review

7 Tips to Combat the Holiday Blues

By Noelia Trujillo For many, this season is colorful — bright lights adorning homes, adorable ornaments beautifying Christmas trees, alluring wrapping paper blanketing presents and festive foods galore. I got my personal fix of these annual luxuries this week while decorating my home and tree with family. But then the worry began trickling in: What gifts should I buy? How many? Will people like them? … Continue reading 7 Tips to Combat the Holiday Blues

Wearing the Right Shade May Make You Popular With The Opposite Sex

By Meghan Pryce The popular saying “men are from Mars and women are from Venus” may have some truth to it, especially regarding color. A 2003 study shows that (surprise, surprise) men and women have different opinions when it comes to color preferences. About 230 people participated ages 15 to 81 participated. Thirty-eight percent were male, and 62 percent were female. Those surveyed were asked … Continue reading Wearing the Right Shade May Make You Popular With The Opposite Sex

3 Colorful Study Tips for Finals Week

By Cara Chiaramonte I’ve always thought of Thanksgiving break as a mean week put in place to tease us college students into thinking the semester is already over. I appreciate the holiday, of course, but it’s really hard to get back in the swing of things when there are only two weeks left in the semester. How are we supposed to study for finals when … Continue reading 3 Colorful Study Tips for Finals Week

3 Gift Ideas for Even the Most Stubborn Gift-Receivers

By Nicole Germany We’ve all probably had that one friend who’s seemingly impossible to shop for. We rack our brain for days trying to think of a great gift but always end up giving them a gift card. Instead of giving plastic this winter, put some more thought into your present. Get creative, get crafty and incorporate what they really like into something that will … Continue reading 3 Gift Ideas for Even the Most Stubborn Gift-Receivers

Pumpkin Roll: A Different Holiday Dessert You Must Try

by Lauren Richardson Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and the holidays are notorious for copious amounts of food. But the same old treats year after year can get a bit boring. To spice up this year’s Thanksgiving dessert, try making a pumpkin roll. It’s one of my family’s holiday favorites. It may take a while, but trust me; the end product will be more … Continue reading Pumpkin Roll: A Different Holiday Dessert You Must Try

How to Cook a Wholesome Meal, Even For the Most Inexperienced Chefs

Photos and story by Nicole Germany It isn’t a secret some of us are guilty of living off pizza, Chipotle or PB&Js. Fortunately for you, these two Pinterest-inspired recipes don’t require a pro in the kitchen, and I guarantee they will impress everyone who thought you couldn’t cook to save your life. If you’re anything like me, you often contemplate your fourth trip of the … Continue reading How to Cook a Wholesome Meal, Even For the Most Inexperienced Chefs