Why I Dress for Success, Even on Zoom

I think everyone can agree that when quarantine began and we were relegated to spending our entire day on Zoom, binging Netflix or baking like flour was going to vanish, the uniform of choice was the comfiest clothing in our closets. If we were taking classes from our rooms, then what was the point of getting ready for a day that would end right where … Continue reading Why I Dress for Success, Even on Zoom

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

You Can Control Your Hangxiety

Sundays are by far the worst day of the week. There’s the last minute homework, the preparing for the long week ahead, the hangovers, and if you are like me, the hangxiety. But, what exactly is hangxiety? It can be described as the intense feelings of anxiety after drinking alcohol. The Henry Ford Health System Staff attributes these feelings to the decline of excess dopamine … Continue reading You Can Control Your Hangxiety

Ask Madison: Introducing Your New Go-To Source for Advice

It is a warm summer day in July. I am relaxing on a float in my grandmother’s pool when I decide to plug my earphones in, zone out, and learn tips and tricks from my favorite podcast, “Call Her Daddy.” I catch up on the ex-co-host Sofia Franklyn and her boyfriend Peter Nelson vs. Barstool Sports drama and proceed to listen to the newest episodes … Continue reading Ask Madison: Introducing Your New Go-To Source for Advice

From Beat to Bare: How I Transformed My Beauty Routine During Covid-19

I used to be the girl who wore a full face of makeup every single day, and that’s absolutely not an exaggeration. I never felt confident enough in my own skin to be able to rock my bare face. To class you could catch me in a CC cream, concealer, blush, bronzer, highlight, and that’s just the face makeup. I’d go light on the eyes … Continue reading From Beat to Bare: How I Transformed My Beauty Routine During Covid-19

Celebrating Pride Month: How Sharon Getsis Found LGBTQ+ Confidence

*Written by Sharon Getsis* On a regular day, if someone were to ask me how I feel about my sexuality, I would probably go off on an hour-long tangent about how happy and proud I am to be a gay woman in today’s blossoming society. However, when a friend approached me to write this piece, I had to stop myself and ask whether or not … Continue reading Celebrating Pride Month: How Sharon Getsis Found LGBTQ+ Confidence

How to Stay Confident in Your Style on a Small College Campus

First half of college: complete. What did I learn? I learned a lot in my classes, don’t get me wrong, but I learned more about myself. I went to college hoping I would come out smarter and more confident, which I did. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t any challenges. For starters, it didn’t take me long to realize that on a small campus, feeling … Continue reading How to Stay Confident in Your Style on a Small College Campus