11 Cheap Amazon Must-Haves

If you’re dropping hundreds of dollars on clothes and accessories, respectfully, what are you doing? As a college student, I am always trying to find ways to save money. Sadly, my online shopping addiction needs to be satisfied somehow. This is where Amazon comes into play. I used to save money for a single expensive item, but while searching through Amazon and social media, I … Continue reading 11 Cheap Amazon Must-Haves

Houseplants: The Ultimate Home Decor

I know for me, and many of my friends, a stroll through nature can be rejuvenating. A breath of fresh air and sights of lush green can help to reset my mind and body. However, sometimes, I don’t have the luxury of taking time out of my day for a walk, or I don’t have access to much nature, especially when I’m home in the … Continue reading Houseplants: The Ultimate Home Decor

10 Things College Freshman Find Embarrassing, That Are Actually Really Normal

Listen up all you incoming college freshmen!  As you are getting ready to embark on your college journey you are probably feeling all the feelings. Excitement, nervousness, anxiety, anticipation and more. While the adjustment to college life can be difficult, all you freshmen are in it together. While there are some things that might seem oh so awkward, I’m here to remind you not to … Continue reading 10 Things College Freshman Find Embarrassing, That Are Actually Really Normal

Meghan, the Media and the Monarchy: How Conventionalism Drove the Sussexes Out Of The Royal Family

Meghan Markle’s recent explosive interview with Oprah has the world at large reeling from the revelations that have come to light regarding the inner workings of Britain’s beloved royal family.  Numerous media outlets have drawn parallels between the palace’s neglect of Markle as her mental health rapidly deteriorated, and their cold shoulder approach regarding Princess Diana’s struggles in the same vein.  Most shockingly, Markle revealed … Continue reading Meghan, the Media and the Monarchy: How Conventionalism Drove the Sussexes Out Of The Royal Family

7 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Bethlehem

Volunteer at community cleanups Bethlehem is hosting the Annual Earth Day-Bethlehem Historic Clean Up on April 24, 2021 from 8-11am. Volunteers will be picking up litter, cleaning the storm drains and planting flowers downtown to beautify Bethlehem in time for spring. There will be support from the local government and residents, clubs and students. All are welcome and encouraged to participate in this event! Visit … Continue reading 7 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Bethlehem

5 Ways to be More Sustainable in College

Sustainability may seem like a nice idea, but harder in practice — like making your bed everyday or training for a 10K.  In reality, there are plenty of simple steps we can take as college students to start treating our planet with the respect it deserves.  1. Shop second-hand clothing Did you know nearly 100 million tons of textile waste ends up in landfills each … Continue reading 5 Ways to be More Sustainable in College

Guide to Building Your Morning and Nighttime Routine

Why You Need A Morning Routine! I cannot stress enough the difference having a solid morning and night routine in college has had on me. I have 9:20 a.m. classes Monday through Friday and I have always been someone who loves sleep, so waking up refreshed and staying that way throughout the day is crucial. Everyone always says to get at least eight hours of … Continue reading Guide to Building Your Morning and Nighttime Routine

Sexual Assault, Rape and the Burden Many Years Later

March 24, 2018. A day that will forever change my concept of sex.  It was my friend’s birthday weekend trip and everyone brought a guy to hookup with. I wasn’t seeing anyone at the time, so my friend brought her boyfriend’s roommate as an extra guy on the trip. As everyone else shared beds, the roommate and I split a bunk bed, me on the … Continue reading Sexual Assault, Rape and the Burden Many Years Later