An Inside Look: Andy Warhol – From A to B and Back Again

By Olivia Munson   Andy Warhol was a visionary. His work transcended the traditional art style of the 60s and he became a primary figure in the pop art movement. Warhol’s art can be viewed all over the world, but for the first time since 1989, an exhibition dedicated to the late artists work opened […]

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Is it worth the HYPE?- Jade Rollers

By: Lauren Lippert Everyone loves that feeling of having a new hair cut; your hair feels softer, healthier and shiny. However, the struggle occurs following the cut and you have to wash your hair. Gone is the shine, the volume, and the softness. The same is said with facials. No matter the cream or technique […]

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Gel Manicure vs Dip Nails (SNS): What you need to know

By: Samantha Byrd Are you tired of chipping your nail polish the moment you dig through your purse or wash your dishes? If so, either gel or dip nails will be your saving grace! There are a few minor differences between the two. Gel nails became a craze about five years ago when women found […]

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Self care through spring cleansing

By Olivia Munson Spring is just around the corner and you know what that means – it is cleaning time. For most people, spring cleaning can consist of the following: giving away the clothes you told yourself you were going to wear but never did and finally deciding to pick up the pile building up […]

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Quality at a low price? A review of Shein

By: Riley Anderson Many college students will aim for the cheapest option when it comes a majority of basic necessities. In the past few years, fast fashion manufacturers like Shein and Zaful have gained popularity in the college fashion due to low price and on-trend styles. There are often mixed reviews about the quality of the […]

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Cautious Clay in Paris

By: Lauren Bukoskey Cautious Clay walks out on stage at his show at Point Éphémère in Paris on Feb. 21, sings a few songs, and said- “Damn you guys in Paris are quiet.” However, I don’t think the audience  that night were necessarily quiet. I think they were overwhelmed that they had been taken on […]

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Journaling: Why you should try it

By: Riley Anderson For Christmas this year I received a book called The Thoughtful Journal. My initial reaction was ‘oh great another book with empty pages that I’ll never write anything in’. But upon opening the book, I realized how cute and organized it was. When you first open up the journal there is a […]

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