Everything You Need To Know About Gua Sha

*By Elizabeth Hollensbee* The Gua Sha (pronounced gwah-shah), a tool used in traditional chinese medicine, has gained major attention recently all over the Internet.  While recently rising in popularity, the practice of Gua Sha is hundreds of years old, first being used to treat heat stroke and the common cold. If, like myself, you’ve found yourself on gua sha TikTok, captivated by before and after … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Gua Sha

Underwear is the New Outerwear: Styling Lingerie Outside of the Bedroom

*Written by Kelly Niederreither* The infamous items of clothing that were once only seen behind closed doors are making an appearance in everyday streetwear and nightlife fashion.  When styled, you could wear lingerie just about anywhere — out at work or to a fancy dinner. By wearing lingerie in public, it can transform from clothing that alludes fantasy, to a garment that alludes power and … Continue reading Underwear is the New Outerwear: Styling Lingerie Outside of the Bedroom

How I Created a Balanced Lifestyle for Myself and How You Can Too

*Written by Naomi Strauss* Every day when I go on social media, my brain is flooded with images and ideas of what is considered “perfect.” Advertisements for the “perfect” body and “perfect” diet that I have to try” are constantly pushed on me.  These instances of “perfection” that I saw everyday had a detrimental effect on my self esteem. After realizing that what may work for … Continue reading How I Created a Balanced Lifestyle for Myself and How You Can Too

The Total Guide to Clean Beauty

*Written by Jackie Leschin* I want to preface this article by saying that my skincare regimen is what has worked for me and everyone has different skin. Being confident in your own skin is all about finding what works best for your own skin type.  If you are seeking out skincare advice, always consult a doctor first. I have struggled with my skin for a … Continue reading The Total Guide to Clean Beauty

Dealing with Pandemic Induced Growing Pains: The Importance of the Right Kind of Positivity

*Written Virgina Baker* Everyone, including myself, is tired of hearing about “what a crazy time we are living in.” This idea has become such a cliché, and as with most clichés it is rooted in reality. We are living in a crazy time. Our world was rocked, and we adapted to a new “normal” quicker than anyone could have expected. These changes can be very … Continue reading Dealing with Pandemic Induced Growing Pains: The Importance of the Right Kind of Positivity

5 Soups to Curl Up By The Fire With This Winter

*Written by Naomi Strauss* When I think of winter, I think of three things: fires, movies, and soup. There is nothing more perfect to me than a cozy night in, curled up by a fire with a big bowl of warm soup.  Soup has always held a very special place in my heart — and my stomach. Soup has a variety of benefits, such as … Continue reading 5 Soups to Curl Up By The Fire With This Winter

Soho Youth Club Gives Back to Underprivileged Children With Clothing Collections

*Written by Micaela Udell* Combining passions for entrepreneurship and philanthropy, Brett Gray used his time in quarantine to create Soho Youth Club. A clothing company with a mission to educate and give back to underprivileged children, Soho Youth Club releases purposeful collections every 48 hours and proceeds from these sales are used to fund their initiatives. Due to the limited time of availability of the … Continue reading Soho Youth Club Gives Back to Underprivileged Children With Clothing Collections

10 Albums You Need In Your Quarantine Repertoire

*Written By: Elizabeth Hollensbe* For the last two days, I have sat at the same desk in the same sweats I have worn for the previous nine months. The only hiccup in this cycle is, of course, trips to the washer and dryer once in a blue moon to clean said sweats. I spend my time daydreaming about when the days and weeks will unravel … Continue reading 10 Albums You Need In Your Quarantine Repertoire

How to Make the Most of College in a Pandemic

*Written by Madison Ernst* With little time for goodbyes, college students were rushed home in March 2020 due to the impacts of COVID-19. My sophomore year ended too soon.  After my low-key summer spent with my family, I was focused on making the most of my junior year at Syracuse University.  I knew my college experience would be different than what I was already accustomed … Continue reading How to Make the Most of College in a Pandemic