On the Run: The Auditions

In eight grade I had to audition for my English classes rendition of Macbeth. The role: one of the Three Witches aka the Weird Sisters. I was slightly sweaty at the thought of auditioning and despite my audition being three or so lines I was losing my absolute mind waiting for the end of class when our […]

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Balsamic Chicken and Veggies

Lately I’ve been trying to be more creative in the kitchen and despite the fact that this isn’t my recipe, I’m so here for it. Here’s the link to Cooking Classy’s One Pan Balsamic Chicken and Veggies as well as Tip Hero’s video on the same dish. What You’ll Need: 1. Chicken breast. As much or as […]

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On the Run: Meet the Creators

Student films are an art worth watching. It’s the culmination of the creativity of already overworked students with a passion to make something memorable. On campus we see casting calls and posters for these films but this semester I’m fortunate enough to know a few people who are embarking on this journey for a class. I’m following […]

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Kinda Fried Rice

It’s hard out here for a college kid. What You’ll Need: 1. Rice. I used the easy, ready-to-boil rice because rice cookers are too much of a luxury. 2. Veggies. Zucchini, raw green beans and a red pepper. 3. Chicken. Throw some protein in there. 4. Three eggs. Throw some more protein in there. 5. Soy sauce. If you have yum-yum […]

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Bubble Goes Pop

Denim jackets automatically make the wearer look cooler. It’s a simple fact proven time and time again in cinema and everyday life. This outfit is an attempt at putting together some of the most popular pieces of today that exude coolness. The bandana as a more high fashion neck accessory has come about in recent […]

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Fall In

Fall has shown up with as much grace as a nail splintering wood. It’s cold in the mornings, but by noon it’s just hot enough to cause a slightly sweaty upper lip. It happens, own it. I love fall fashion as much as the next person because layering is my crowning glory. However, as I stated […]

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Athletic Labor

Labor Day has come and gone and I’m still here wearing white. Fortunately I haven’t been visited by any faction of the fashion police, ready to scorn me for my supposed crimes against longstanding fashion rules. Personally, this idea that Labor Day marks the end of white as an appropriate color choice is void. The […]

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