My Experience at March for Our Lives

By Jessy Ferrigno On Dec. 14, 2012, my classmates and I sat under the desks in our art room as an active shooter terrorized the halls of Sandy Hook Elementary School a few miles down the road. I watched the fearful faces of the eighth graders around me. I watched students get called down to […]

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Monthly Music Mix: February Favorites

By Megan Barbera Last month, February certainly brought forth some fun and fresh music. We saw single releases and major album drops alike.  As we transition into the third month of the year, let’s reminisce on the new tracks of the month of February. TK Kravitz ft Jaqueed: Ocean     A personal top-choice for […]

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The Healthy Student Podcast: Heidi Powell

By Lauren Bukoskey Heidi Powell, co-host of Extreme Weight Loss, blogger, fitness trainer and mom explains how to balance fitness and college life. She goes over quick workouts she swears by, what fitness fads she stays away from and the best cheap and quick meal prep ideas. Powell is also the co-creator of The TRANSFORM […]

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Monthly Music Mix: January Favorites

By Meg Barbera Hello, February! Spring break is quickly approaching, and whether you’re spending it with your significant other, your best pals, or at home with a pint of Ben and Jerry’s, there’s always one thing that can bring everyone together: Music. The new year most definitely brought new music. January was filled with fresh […]

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The Old Taylor is Dead, Here’s What Reputation is All About

By Ajaden Welter “Sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, cause she’s dead.” This is what Taylor Swift proclaims in the lead single “Look What You Made Me Do” from her newly released Reputation. The old Taylor just might be dead, but what the old and new Taylor have […]

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Improve Your Sleep Schedule This Finals Season

By Vanessa Gonzalez As it is almost time to kiss 2017 goodbye, college students are not done quite yet. Classes may be ending soon, but final exams still loom over students this week. There are countless strategies to ace finals. One of the most important strategies students seem to overlook is getting a good night’s rest. […]

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Extra! Extra! Newsies is in town, read all about it!

By Lauren Bukoskey Extra! Extra! The musical Newsies, inspired by Disney, with a Tony Award-winning score by Alan Menken and choreography by Broadway legend James Kinney, is at Phoenix Theatre in Arizona until Dec. 31. And you definitely want to read all about it! The energized performance can best be put into words by the love […]

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