Beauty Log: Picture Perfect →  October 24, 2014

You never want to un-tag yourself from a cute picture just because you think that your face is too oily or you notice blemishes zoomed in. What you want is coverage that lasts.  Check out these beauty secrets for a confident look that’ll look great in photos! 1. Try a BB cream to add a […]

Julie Shanus W’17 on Jewelry and Flywheel →  October 24, 2014

Name: Julie Shanus Hometown: Chappaqua, NY Major: Finance and Retail Year: 2017 Hi Julie! Tell us about yourself. What keeps you busy? I write articles on jewelry companies for The Walk and currently manage the Instagram. I’m also very involved with Wharton Women. As the Outreach Chair for the Dressing for Success event this past […]

The Met Gala 2015: Chinese Whispers →  October 23, 2014

    Katy Perry’s Attempt At Embracing Chinese Fashion The Met Gala garners attention every year. The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute selects a theme, and its A-List attendees attempt to conform to that theme. Last year’s theme of Charles James was underwhelming, for most celebrities were unable to grasp the dress code. The […]

Art in Philly: First Fridays →  October 23, 2014

If you so choose, you can welcome each new month in embrace of the Philadelphia art scene, as the first Friday always calls for a citywide celebration of art. Galleries and museums across the city open their doors and sometimes put on special events, often at no charge, and with that the streets swarm. If […]

Joyce Hu, C’17 on Music Festivals, Thrifting and Eyeliner →  October 22, 2014

When I was thinking of the next person to interview, immediately Joyce Hu popped in my mind. She’s hilarious and fearlessly real from her gorgeous ensembles to fun makeup looks. This music and art lover was nice enough to take the time to answer some of my questions. Enjoy! Tell us a little about yourself. […]

Music to Get You Through the Day →  October 22, 2014

From slow, steady, and calm, to all the way turnt, this playlist is guaranteed to get you through any day. Summer Ames – As We Move Along This Dallas born songstress has only officially released one EP, but her heart sings a thousands more songs. Quirky and endearing, her music has the capability to remind […]

Hector Kilgoe C’15 on Scarves and Twitter →  October 21, 2014

Name: Hector Kilgoe Hometown: Boston, MA Major: Religious Studies, minor in Jewish Studies and EALC Year: 2015 What clubs are you involved with on campus? I’m the Chair of Cipactli Latino Honor Society, a member of Carriage Senior Society, on the planning committee for Unidos: La Casa Latina Mentorship Program, and a member of the […]

What To Expect at Your First CrossFit Session →  October 20, 2014

This past summer, I interned in New York. Every weekend I was excited to discover all of the things that New York has to offer-from Smorgasburg to SoulCycle to CrossFit. CrossFit is a fitness regimen that consists mainly of strength and conditioning exercises performed at high intensity. It is a very popular program all over […]

Bastille Rocks the Liacouras Center →  October 20, 2014

On October 7, 2014, Brit award winners Bastille took Temple University’s Liacouras Center by storm. The stadium buzzed in anticipation for the popular indie rock band, whose show was sponsored by 104.5. The night kicked off with a slightly-too-long 11-song set from the opener, Grizfolk – a band that, to its credit, sounds like Coldplay […]

Grace Jung C’16 on Cheerleading and Chai →  October 17, 2014

Name: Grace Jung Hometown: Centreville, Virginia Major: Nursing Year: 2016 What drew you to nursing? Health is the most important thing in a person’s life. I really wanted to pursue a medical occupation and I think that nursing gives me the patient interaction that I wanted. I definitely underestimated the amount of work that goes […]