2 min read I’m not saying E-Cigarettes should be banned, but I think it should at least be an option to be considered. It seems that there are more problems than there are benefits.
2 min read By putting our phones down for just a few minutes a day, it’s much easier to increase our awareness of what is around us and learn that we don’t need to be in tune with technology every second of the day.
2 min read For vegetarian or vegan students on campus to not waste money on their meal cards and also not have to buy all of their food from grocery stores, I think there needs to be some more options on campus that are meat-free.
2 min read It may seem like it’s not even worth buying expensive costumes for just a night or two, but at the same time, no one wants to miss out on the fun of Halloween. The best way to look great but not break the bank is by making homemade costumes.
2 min read In the past few years, there has been a definite push towards shopping local. This push is prevalent both in smaller towns and in bigger cities, and it seems that most places I’ve traveled lately have gained some degree of newfound pride in their local shops and restaurants.
2 min read The long-standing debate of whether the book or the movie is better has divided book-lovers, movie-goers, and entertainment-seekers for years.
2 min read Choosing a roommate can be a tricky thing, especially if you came to college without knowing anyone or having any plans for who your roommate might be. It’s a big decision and an important one. Even if you feel like you can get along with anyone and that you’re an easy going person, it’s important to keep in mind that your roommate is the person you’ll share everything with; from a bedroom to a working space to a bathroom.
3 min read September is an important month, and though it may not be widely known, it’s a month that encourages people to not only raise awareness but to save lives. September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time in which we are all encouraged to stand up, raise awareness, and fight against the event that takes the lives of over 41,000 of our friends and families each year, according to nami.org.