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Mug Recipes: A Little Slice of Home

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Jul 3, 2015

Hey guys! As a lot of my college friends know (me included), Home cooked meals can be kind of hard to come by in a dorm. You can’t always go home to get one either. Sometimes you do want to cook, but you don’t have the ingredients… or the time… or the money… or the....

America Moving Forward

Posted by: Autumn Davis, Jun 30, 2015

A circle. In a way, it represents constant movement. Take the wheel, for example. Wheels are meant to constantly move. Essentially, they are made to constantly move forward. Of course, there are minor setbacks that can prevent such movement, like speed bumps or potholes or forks in the road. But its only a minor setback....

Paris: Day 7 (Let Them Eat Cake)

Posted by: Sabrina Taylor, Jun 28, 2015

We started the morning with a bus trip out of Paris and into Versailles. We had to split into 2 groups and I was in the group that started the tour in the gardens. There was so much to explore, but our time was short so I only got to see part of them. I....

To The Man Who Picks Up After Studio Every Night

Posted by: seamanifesto, Jun 26, 2015

To The Man Who Picks Up After Studio Every Night, Thank You. It’s 9:30PM, Thursday night. You arrive with your tools of labor to do what you did last night. You’re doing what you will do again in about an hour. You move from desk to desk, changing our trash bags full of scraps, 7-11....

3 Gains From Fitness Besides Just A Trimmed Waistline

Posted by: seamanifesto, Jun 26, 2015

I’m overweight. I go for seconds because sometimes I don’t know when I’ll eat again. I stop at greasy food trucks for the sake of trying them. I had Caramel Macchiatos every day during finals week. My excessive caloric consumption has earned me voluptuous curves composed of mozzarella sticks. Lugging around late-night pizza slices in my behind doesn’t feel good. Thus, I’ve made....

flashback to one of my summer weekends!

Posted by: Aarti Patel, Jun 25, 2015

Sandy feet, salty air, cool breeze, palm trees and 80 degrees! A tiny flashback from one of my favorite day’s spent in the bay area. Well, living in the WEST COAST has been a roller coaster ride for me. But finally the best time of the year is here, the much-awaited summer. So today I....

Old is The New Young!

Posted by: Aarti Patel, Jun 24, 2015

“I enjoy learning and I’m still teaching,” Hunt said. “You got to keep up with what’s going on.” It’s that time of the year where everybody’s ready to throw their graduation cap’s with pride and honor. But this 2015, tables have turned, as we have grandchildren attending 71-year-old Barbara Hunt’s graduation. This is a proud moment....

The Fact That You Claim To Not Be Racist Makes You More Racist Than Ever

Posted by: seamanifesto, Jun 23, 2015

The sh*t people say when the subject isn’t around… Brace yourselves, this might be controversial. No matter the city, place, setting or person, I often hear various racial slip-ups in the non-presence of black people. People look over their shoulder and say things with such confidentiality; behind closed doors the subject is no where in sight. Apparently, that’s when it’s....

Father's Day Aftermath: How Daddy Issues Were Redefined On This Day

Posted by: seamanifesto, Jun 23, 2015

A Father’s Day spent like any other day, studying, maybe working, cleaning house, getting drunk at the bar, etc. is when the two go hand in hand – and this one’s for the ladies. Stereotypes arise, questioning, “perhaps she has daddy issues”, or she might ask herself the same thing. The latter, “Daddy Issues”, demonstrates the....

Paris: Day 6 (The Masters) Part 2

Posted by: Sabrina Taylor, Jun 20, 2015

The rest of my time in the Louvre was mostly spent being lost-I don’t know why I had such a hard time navigating but I was constantly going in circles-trying to find shortcuts messed me up. The Winged Victory of Samothrace, (aka Nike of Samothrace), was gorgeous; you would be surprised how many tourists were trying....

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