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Let’s Talk Fashion

Michele Drago, Fashion Columnist

March 27, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns

                  Having an immense inte...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Reporter

March 27, 2012

Filed under Columns, Sports

Last Monday Peyton Manning picked the Denver Broncos as his next football destination. It was an attractive place for Manning, considering John Elway calls most of the shots in the front office these days. Elway wanted Manning and he wanted him bad. Well he got him, but now there is just one question. What’s next for Tim Tebow? You...

Recipe For Disaster: A Collegiate Culinary Column

Hilary Hoover, Culinary Columnist

March 27, 2012

Filed under Columns

This week’s Recipe for Disaster deals with my greatest challenge yet: seeing how others eat healthfully at the Dining Hall. Certainly, an ongoing Recipe for Disaster! My day began at 7:15 a.m. when I swiped in for breakfast. A handful of students stared at their meals attempting to multitask by studying, eating, and sleeping....

Recipe for Disaster: A Collegiate Culinary Column

Hillary Hoover, Culinary Columnist

February 28, 2012

Filed under Columns

This week’s recipe for disaster takes me on a different path from my other recipes. Rather than cooking vegan for you, I will be sampling and reviewing Eden  - A Vegan Café located in Scranton. Imagine my excitement when I heard that there was a vegan café in the area. Every time I go out for food, I’m constantly asking...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Sports Columnist

February 28, 2012

Filed under Columns, Sports

All-Star teams never work. There aren’t enough basketballs on the court for all of the scorers. Jeremy Lin is a just a fad. J.R. Smith will destroy any team chemistry the Knicks may have. These are all examples of what Knicks fans have been hearing from their critics. On February 19, the Knicks proved some of these critics...

Recipe for Disaster: A collegiate Culinary Column

Hillary Hoover, Culinary Columnist

February 28, 2012

Filed under Columns

Healthy snacking can be quite the challenge for young college students, especially with the availability of delivery pizza and wings, or late night bar menu options like French fries and mozzarella sticks. Forget the dorm room delicacy “Easy Mac.” Even more difficult is snacking healthfully as an herbivore, when most choices...

Let’s Talk Fashion

Michelle Drago, Fashion Columnist

February 28, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns

Everyone and anyone who has a stake in fashion attend the weeklong line of shows at New York Fashion Week. If you didn’t already know, Anna Wintour, Vogue editor-in-Chief always gets a front row seat usually flanked by musicians, actors and other celebrities. Fashion shows are no longer just about clothing, but attention is ...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Sports Columnist

February 14, 2012

Filed under Columns, Sports

Super Bowl XLVI fell almost in conjunction with Groundhog’s Day this year, but unlike Punxatawney Phil, Eli Manning officially stepped out of his familial shadow by winning a second Super Bowl ring. Eli is the youngest of the Manning triple threat, which includes his father Archie and older brother Peyton. Eli, however,...

Let’s Talk Fashion

Michele Drago, Fashion Columnist

February 14, 2012

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns

Over the past few years, fashion has taken on a new form of paying it forward in exceptional ways through fair trade organizations. While fashion followers are still waiting for their chance (and cash) to get their hands on a Birkin bag or gawking over a new Jason Wu for Target collaboration, it’s time to glance at fashion’s...

Let’s Talk Fasion

Michele Drago, Fashion Columnist

January 31, 2012

Filed under Columns

Welcome back to another semester of classes and fashion. I’ve decided to start this new year off with a bang by sharing my secrets about how to become a fashion maven in such a small town. I know how to make something out of the street style and chic boutiques surrounding me, and that’s how I searched for ways to follow...

Recipe for Disaster: A Collegiate Culinary Column

Hillary Hoover, Culinary Columnist

January 31, 2012

Filed under Columns

Being vegan, I’ve heard a lot of interesting substitutes for animal products: Boca burgers made from soy and veggies; rice, oat, and hemp milks; applesauce and baking powder to replace eggs; and a variety of soy and rice “chreese” blends. But as I looked into possibilities for my next recipe, I came across an ingredient...

Boiling Points

Josh Horton, Sports Columnist

January 31, 2012

Filed under Columns, Sports

In the world of professional sports, there has never been an athlete who has gotten more attention over the course of a season than Tim Tebow. One may argue Tiger Woods, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant or even Michael Jordan has received more media attention. They would be right if we were talking about attention over the course...

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