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

Wellness Wednesday: The Truth Behind the Potato

By Tova Miller No, I’m not talking about the potato in Turlington, or even the French fries outside of Marston. I’m talking about the pounds of potatoes you’ll be consuming next Thursday at your Thanksgiving feast. Seeing as we now live in a health conscious society, you’re probably wondering: how do you choose between sweet potatoes and regular (white) potatoes? Were you like the majority … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday: The Truth Behind the Potato

'Tis the season…For Fantasy Football

BY JOHN RAKOWSKI It’s no secret amongst sports fans how popular fantasy games have become. While many still remain faithful to their professional teams, others have put their feelings aside and built their own rosters in hopes of outscoring their fellow couch coaches. In this world of matchups, an athlete’s achievements are based on how many points he accumulates according to a standard scoring system … Continue reading 'Tis the season…For Fantasy Football

Keeping Your Figure Through the Holidays

BY STEPHANIE WEHRMANN Now that we are two weeks into November and Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away, can we say it’s the holiday season yet? Well, I’m going to go ahead and say it is. Let the parties, cocktails and home-cooked meals commence. It’s that time of the year to eat and be merry. But those holiday meals, you know, the stuff-your-face-they’re-so-good meals … Continue reading Keeping Your Figure Through the Holidays