How to Navigate Through the Stresses of College Life

*Written by Cami Wylie* College is a stressful time. It’s fun and new and exciting, but it also brings on a lot of stress. I myself, as well as my friends, know that it is easy to get extremely overwhelmed in the midst of midterms and finals. You are bombarded with exams on top of your assignments and extracurricular activities, all while trying to hang … Continue reading How to Navigate Through the Stresses of College Life

What No One Tells You About Freshman Year of College

*Written by Zoe Aaron* From kindergarten to senior year, you prepare for the dreaded return to reality once a year. You go school supplies shopping once a year. You experience the night-before-the first day jitters once a year. You get new teachers once a year.  The transition from high school to college comes with many well known and widely discussed challenges. However, there is one … Continue reading What No One Tells You About Freshman Year of College

Emma Chamberlain: The Gen-Z It Girl

By Hailey Ravitz Doc Martens, yoga pants, thrifting, and vintage denim. All of these things are popular because of one person: Emma Chamberlain.  I have been a fan of Emma ever since her first days on Youtube in 2016. I found that she was not like most YouTubers I watched at the time; she was honest and authentic. Sometimes YouTubers and influencers feel too good … Continue reading Emma Chamberlain: The Gen-Z It Girl

Why You Should Watch Euphoria

By Jamie Vacca Although Euphoria’s producers say this show’s target audience is teenagers aged 17 and older, Euphoria contains not only content for mature audiences but also valuable information that those of all ages should be exposed to. Well, probably no one under the age of 17. While some aspects of the show are visually appealing, such as the intricate details of Maddie and Cassie’s … Continue reading Why You Should Watch Euphoria

Liv Schreiber: An Inspiration to College Girls Everywhere

By Olivia Mazursky This past week, our team got the chance to talk with Liv Schrieber, a brand consultant, Instagram influencer, stylist, and most importantly, a UW-Madison Alumni. Liv, a 25-year-old living in New York City, has made incredible strides since her time in Madison.  She frequented all of the best Madison spots and thought fondly of her time here in the School of Journalism. … Continue reading Liv Schreiber: An Inspiration to College Girls Everywhere

Netflix’s New Must Watch Series: Inventing Anna

By Hailey Ravitz Everyone has heard the phrase “fake it till you make it”. But does this actually work? How long can you fake it until your true self is revealed? Anna Delvey, also known as Anna Sorkokin, tested this idea. She faked it and almost received a 22 million dollar loan despite having no real money to her name. Anna’s story is told in … Continue reading Netflix’s New Must Watch Series: Inventing Anna

How to Maintain A Sense of Normalcy While Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is an exhilarating, eye opening and life changing experience, however, that does not mean it comes without it’s struggles.  While studying abroad your universe is turned upside down. You have to learn how to communicate across language barriers, navigate your way around a city using public transportation and simple tasks such as buying groceries become new challenges.  Amid the excitement and challenges, finding … Continue reading How to Maintain A Sense of Normalcy While Studying Abroad

Small Changes You Can Make to Be More Sustainable

Written By: Amelia Kennedy Buying thrifted or used clothing Cutting down on your carbon footprint and consumption is extremely important, especially in the fashion industry. The clothing and shoe industry often uses unethical and harmful practices on their workers and the planet. About 100 billion clothing items are produced each year and 60% of that will end up in a landfill (Clean Clothes Campaign). Hand-me-downs … Continue reading Small Changes You Can Make to Be More Sustainable

The Truth About Dopesick…

In the epicenter of a national epidemic, the series Dopesick covers twenty years of medical turmoil in relation to the American Opioid crisis. Sweeping the modern headlines, eight episodes introduce how the creation of OxyContin in 1992 turned millions of “moderate pain” patients into health overdose statistics. Based on the bestselling nonfiction novel Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America, Dopesick takes … Continue reading The Truth About Dopesick…