More than Feng Shui: Your Space, Colorized and Personalized

By Karla Arboleda The TLC you give your space could be a direct reflection on your daily mood, your cleaning habits and even your appearance outright. However, what if your bedroom or your bathroom were more than just fast and functional in the long run? Your typical all-black, gold-accessorized wardrobe is what helps you feel the most confident in front of a crowd, but considering … Continue reading More than Feng Shui: Your Space, Colorized and Personalized

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

What Your Favorite Color Says About You

By Cara Chiaramonte Think of your favorite color — the first color that comes to your mind. Don’t second-guess it. This color can actually help you learn quite a bit about yourself. Whether you’re pedantic purple or mature maroon, your favorite color can give you insight into why you act the way you do or how others perceive you. See if your favorite color matches … Continue reading What Your Favorite Color Says About You

How to Decorate Your Home With Gold

By Justine Giancola Decorating your home can be a creative way to display your individual style with the endless possibilities of paint, fabrics, furniture, flooring and more. Different odds and ends can also make all the difference when pulling spaces together. This season, gold is stocking the shelves and can give your home the fresh pop of color you’re looking for. These gold items effortlessly … Continue reading How to Decorate Your Home With Gold

Why The Colors of Candy Crush Keep You Wanting More

By Marisa Ross I remember the first time I saw that flash of pastel-colored shapes. With a single zap, parallel lines and explosive bursts of color whizzed by as new pieces floated down and a deep voice emitted a heavy “deliiiiiciouussss.” While on a train nearly two years ago, a stranger was playing what I now know to be Candy Crush Saga on his cellphone. … Continue reading Why The Colors of Candy Crush Keep You Wanting More

Top 3 Treats for Fall From Gigi’s Cupcakes

by Lauren Richardson Gigi’s Cupcakes on Southwest Archer Road may be relatively new to the area, but they’re old pros in the cupcake business. The menu changes daily, and it offers a variety of cookies, cheesecakes, pies, cupcakes and holiday specials that look more like works of art than dessert. In honor of fall, we’re bringing you two of Gigi’s most popular cupcakes and one … Continue reading Top 3 Treats for Fall From Gigi’s Cupcakes

4 Ways to Color Code Your Life

By Cara Chiaramonte Whether you’re trying to take care of your kids while working full time or preparing for your next exam, a busy schedule is a busy schedule. And when you’re busy, organization is key. That’s where color comes into play. According to MIT researchers, the brain can still recognize and identify an image seen for as little as 13 milliseconds. The brain processes … Continue reading 4 Ways to Color Code Your Life

Running Outside the Lines: The Color Run 2014

By Rachel Kurland Almost 4,000 people, including 100 volunteers, were in attendance for The Color Run on Sept. 27 on Bo Diddley Community Plaza. This lively 5K stops in more than 140 cities, so what makes it so special here in Gainesville? This year, The Color Run partnered with local charities Peaceful Paths and Camp Kesem. Peaceful Paths promotes violence-free relationships, and Camp Kesem gives … Continue reading Running Outside the Lines: The Color Run 2014