Finding My Way Back Home: My Reverse Transfer Story

I started to write this story a year ago in the beginning of the fall semester of my sophomore year, sitting in class at Syracuse University. I didn’t get very far before I had to tuck my laptop away and pay attention to my professor, but I also never wrote more than the two grafs I did that day: Since my spring semester of freshman year, … Continue reading Finding My Way Back Home: My Reverse Transfer Story

Modernized Recipes To Switch Up Your Thanksgiving Celebration

By: Olivia Mazursky Pumpkin is all the rage with the holidays around the corner. I can safely say that I have had it with pumpkin pie and all of the other quintessential pumpkin recipes. My mission was to find recipes to add to my family’s Thanksgiving that would make me excited to celebrate. Enter: pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, pumpkin salad dressing, and last but not … Continue reading Modernized Recipes To Switch Up Your Thanksgiving Celebration

The Phenomenon of “You”: How A Stalker Mesmerized Viewers

I think many people can agree that “You” is one of their guiltiest pleasures. The third season of the hit television show was just released on Netflix after a far-too-long hiatus. This article will not summarize the plot, but rather delve into the phenomenon of the show’s success.  This season is centered on Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley of “Gossip Girl” fame, and his … Continue reading The Phenomenon of “You”: How A Stalker Mesmerized Viewers

Recipes to Try This Thanksgiving

By Ali KaplanWhen it comes to Thanksgiving, I am all about the food (as is everyone, right?). However, I am not always the host  or have control over the oven. Here are some recipes that I think are far more fun than traditional sides and make a great dish to bring to dinner. Making these recipes can be a fun way to feel like you … Continue reading Recipes to Try This Thanksgiving

Making Instagram Casual Again

*By Jordana Bell* When I joined Instagram in 2012, the culture of social media fostered an entirely different platform. The authenticity of everyday life was shared through a feed of genuine captures: selfies with pets, brunch dates with family, or even shots of baking creations. Posting was undeniably spontaneous and the world of social media was innocent.  Today, Instagram is abused as a figmented reality … Continue reading Making Instagram Casual Again

Review: TikTok Emily Mariko Salmon Bowl

If you’re on TikTok, chances are the “Emily Mariko salmon rice bowl” has been dominating your FYP for almost a month now. If not, here’s a recap of the recipe that has taken TikTok by storm. 29-year-old Emily Mariko is known for posting videos of her daily life, most notably her healthy recipes. She recently rose to TikTok fame after debuting a surprisingly simple recipe … Continue reading Review: TikTok Emily Mariko Salmon Bowl

Must-Have Winter Self-Care Products

*By: Alexandra Pollak* With the weather finally cooling off and finals season quickly approaching, now more than ever it is so important to take care of yourself. Practicing self-care is as easy as developing a skincare routine or even putting some lip balm on your dry lips. As we are still phasing out of the COVID-19 pandemic, taking care of yourself and finding ways to … Continue reading Must-Have Winter Self-Care Products

Sustainable Period Products to Reduce Waste

The menstrual cycle: a draining experience for a woman’s body, as well as the environment.  On average, a woman creates over 300 pounds of waste from period products in her lifetime. Pads and tampons come in mounds of plastic packaging to protect them, which causes harm to our planet. Switching to more sustainable ways of period management doesn’t have to be a complicated or expensive … Continue reading Sustainable Period Products to Reduce Waste

Living By Call Her Daddy’s College Playbook

Leading up to the start of my freshmen year, I was willing to listen to any and all advice about college life. When my best friend suggested listening to Barstool Sports’ Call Her Daddy podcast episode about college, to say I was a little skeptical is a great understatement. Unlike my friend who listens to the show religiously, I had never been particularly interested. The … Continue reading Living By Call Her Daddy’s College Playbook