Cosmic Crisp: A New Apple Variety

January 16, 2022 0

The new Cosmic Crisp variety of apples was released on Nov. 8, 2021. Originally created in 1997, the Cosmic Crisp took over 20 years to cultivate. Horticulturist Bruce Barritt was […]

Weekly Reads: Persepolis

January 9, 2022 0

“One can forgive but one should never forget.” Marjane Satrapi, “Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood” “Persepolis” is an autobiographical series written about the author’s life during the Islamic revolution. […]

College Cooking: Cinnamon Rolls

January 9, 2022 0

The smell of cinnamon, sugar, and flaky bread baked with butter makes any mouth salivate. These cinnamon rolls take three hours to make, but they are filled with homemade mouthwatering […]

DIY: Festive Chocolate Boxes

December 5, 2021 0

Coming up with a gift idea for someone can be really hard, especially when you want the gift to be personalized and small. Whether you’re trying to make something for […]

College Cooking: Christmas Cookies

December 5, 2021 0

It is finally December which means that Christmas is almost here! To start off the Christmas season right, we give you the classic holiday cookie recipe. These shortbread cut-out cookies […]

Epilepsy: A Brother’s Perspective

November 21, 2021 0

“Sometime in the morning a couple of years ago,” Connor Roane began. “My dad came out and found [my brother] … seizing on the laundry room floor. It lasted for […]

College Cooking: Taco Soup

November 21, 2021 0

Everyone loves tacos, so why not make tacos into a warm soup? That’s exactly what we did using a recipe inspired by Pampered Chef. Soup Ingredients Oil: 3 tablespoons of […]

Weekly Reads: Salt to the Sea

November 14, 2021 0

If you read the last weekly recommendation “Ashes in the Snow,” then you won’t want to miss author Ruta Sepetys’ second journey. In this book, “Salt to the Sea” gives […]

Epilepsy: Leah’s Story

November 14, 2021 0

In July 2019, everything changed for seven-year-old Leah Ehrenstrom. The Ehrenstrom family was on a flight from Rome to London. The plan was to get to London and board a […]

Epilepsy: My Story

November 7, 2021 0

Epilepsy, otherwise known as seizure disorder, is a disorder in which nerve cells are disturbed in the brain, causing seizures. Approximately one in 26 people within the United States will […]

OPINION: The Current State of Journalism

October 31, 2021 0

In the past two decades with the rise of the internet and social media, the way we gather news and information has changed drastically. In 2007, iPhones introduced themselves to […]

Weekly Reads: Ashes in the Snow

October 31, 2021 0

Trigger Warning: This book contains horrific cruelty and sexual content. A New York Times Bestseller “Between Shades of Gray” now renamed “Ashes in the Snow” is a novel about World […]

College Cooking: Chocolate Lava Cake

October 24, 2021 0

A dense fudgy flavor with the perfect ratio of liquid chocolate to spongy cake, chocolate lava cake is a half-baked cake with a runny center. Despite that, it is perfectly […]

College Cooking: Chicken Vegetable Soup

October 17, 2021 0

Chicken vegetable soup is a classic warm winter soup that’s excellent in any season, whether you want to prepare for the winter with soups ready-to-go in the freezer or the […]

Weekly Reads: Beneath a Scarlet Sky

October 10, 2021 0

Content Warning: The book has some brutal scenes described in great detail.  “If a bomb’s coming at you, it’s coming at you. You can’t go around worrying about it. Just […]

College Cooking: Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

October 10, 2021 0

It’s finally October. Everyone knows it’s officially time for pumpkin everything! To start off the season right, we have a blend of pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon to fill that […]

Weekly Reads: Heartless

September 11, 2021 0

With all of the movies coming out about Disney villains, I was searching for a fantasy book to read and came across “Heartless” by Marissa Meyer. “Heartless” is the untold […]

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