Category : Lifestyle

Sleepless Nights

I have always been restless. Even as an infant I always had to be moving. As I got older the restlessness grew worse. I have never been content to remain in one place for long. It is just the way…

0 Comments / 34 View / March 17, 2015

“Focus” lacks Focus

Will Smith and arresting newcomer Margot Robbie (“The Wolf of Wall Street”) star as two con artists in “Focus.” Directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (“Crazy Stupid Love”), “Focus” is about an experienced and charming con artist (Smith) as…

0 Comments / 85 View / March 17, 2015

4 Tips for a Not-So-Terrible Spring Break

As the calendar flips to March, college students are feverishly attempting to survive flu and midterm season. And, with the promise of Spring Break, many are also in the process of preparing their minds for trips home and their livers…

0 Comments / 60 View / March 16, 2015

We Are More Than Our Dresses

Who are you wearing? How long did you take to get ready?  You look stunning! Female celebrities hear these questions and comments all the time. Their male counterparts? They may get a comment or two on how handsome they look,…

0 Comments / 21 View / March 16, 2015

Six Things Every College Student Needs to Hear

I have been in college for almost a full year now, and in that time I have become aware of several important facts, facts that I think could greatly help almost any college student. 1. Stay True to Your Roots…

0 Comments / 468 View / March 11, 2015

Waiting for Spring (and Not for the Break)

Winter is killing me. There is only a little over a month of it left, but it seems like an eternity. Once Valentine’s Day passes, the long stretch of fall and winter holidays officially come to an end. With no…

0 Comments / 66 View / March 3, 2015

How to Survive a Series Finale

With Parks and Recreation ending its final season this week, I thought it would be apt write about how to survive something so devastating. It’s like losing a friend—a friend that you only see one night a week (unless they’re…

0 Comments / 48 View / March 1, 2015

Baseball: The American Pastime

With the media gluttony of the Super Bowl firmly in the rear view mirror, and the same number of people excited for the NBA All Star Game as there are for the World Junior Curling Championships at the end of…

0 Comments / 74 View / February 26, 2015

You Are Only Young Once

The Millennial Generation (those 18 to 33 years of age) has grown up in a particularly rough time. Economic crisis has plagued the United States, many people were laid off and even more were simply unemployed. Due to this unfortunate…

0 Comments / 141 View / February 19, 2015

Fifty Shades of Shame: How College Students Watched the Highly-Anticipated Adaptation

When I told fellow college students that I would be spending part of my Valentine’s Day weekend reviewing Fifty Shades of Grey, I came across a peculiar phenomenon. Most of my peers responded that their co-ed halls had made plans…

0 Comments / 204 View / February 18, 2015