Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” Lives Up To Its Title →  November 19, 2014

Director Christopher Nolan’s most recent release, Interstellar, certainly lives up to its title, in several senses of the word. Interstellar, which opened in wide release recently, is jam-packed with stars of both the real and celebrity variety. The latter variety includes, but is not limited to: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, John […]

Beanies: Listen to Your Head →  November 18, 2014

I’m a Texas girl. I fooled myself into thinking that I could make it. How wrong I was. The Pennsylvanian cold came without a herald, and barely a transition period between warm weather and those painfully cold days. I wasn’t ready. But, here I sit, a girl with a beanie on her head as protection […]

Album Review: Wildcat Strike’s “Digital Age” →  November 18, 2014

It seems like with each passing day another rock band has began fusing electronic sounds into their music, but Salt Lake City-based indie-rock band Wildcat Strike is definitely not jumping on that bandwagon. At face value, the relationship between the music and the title of their sophomore album, Digital Age, is paradoxical; “Somebody had to […]

The Wonders of Chia Seeds →  November 17, 2014

If you’re like me, you’re probably not a morning person. It can be hard to muster up the energy to cook a healthy breakfast before class. Fortunately, chia pudding is a great healthy breakfast that can be made the night before! All you have to do is prepare the ingredients, leave them in the refrigerator […]

#Athleisure →  November 17, 2014

The lives of college students are hardly built to handle outrageous trends. As nice as it may seem to rock crazy sleek stilettos like some of the Victoria’s Secret Angels, the brick-laden death trap that is Locust walk doesn’t exactly accommodate for heels. Thankfully, the fashion gods have bestowed upon us students the ridiculously functional […]

Duong Nguyen C’15 on Philly and Youtube →  November 16, 2014

Name: Duong Nguyen Hometown: Philadelphia, PA Major: Economics, minor in Consumer Psychology Year: 2015 Let’s start by talking about your skincare and makeup routine. I literally just wash my face with water! I don’t wear foundation, but make-up wise, I use a bronzer by Elf.  I always fill my brows in and shape them with […]

Beauty Log: Snapshots of Seoul →  November 14, 2014

During my summer in the trendy, fast-paced lifestyle of Seoul, I learned beauty tips and truths.  Korea’s street fashion, creative beauty products, and the slim-fit diet became my new obsessions.  My short time in my home country redefined my image of beauty. Smoothies and Boba tea >>> Coffee.  During the school year, it’s hard to […]

Barry’s Bootcamp, Health and Perfume with Rebecca Aiello, C’15 →  November 13, 2014

Tell us a little about yourself I was born in Wellesley, Mass. and lived there for 14 years. Moved to South Florida (Boca Raton) and lived there for 5 years and now my family lives in New York City. I have to say there is absolutely nothing like New York. The energy is contagious and […]

Beyoncé Knows Best: From ‘Running Late’ to ‘Running Fabulous’ →  November 13, 2014

“I woke up like this, I woke up like this…FLAWLESS”: words that can only pass the lips of a queen bee, specifically, The Queen Bee—the one, the only, Beyoncé. However, our very benevolent Queen proposes that we, too, can be flawless with her royal decree, “ladies, tell ‘em”; after which her faithful constituents proclaim their […]

The Revival of Sixties Fashion →  November 12, 2014

As the leaves turn orange and everything in sight turns pumpkin-flavored, it’s time to put away the sandals and crop tops. This fall season, retire your puffer vest, call upon your inner Twiggy, and prepare yourselves for a blast from the past. Designers are reviving the mini skirts, knee-high boots, and trapeze dresses that dominated […]