Dear Sue

Dear Sue

Dear Sue, I’m a freshman this year and I left my boyfriend from high school back at home. It’s been a really hard adjustment period because I constantly miss him.  He decided against going to college, and sometimes he gets…

Dear Seniors,

Dear seniors, We are less than a month from graduation and we are entering a very exciting, yet terrifying, time of our lives. I’m right there with you. I have my Honors in the major project to complete, and almost…

Delta Jamma

  By: Ramatu Mohammed On Saturday, Delta Gamma hosted their annual philanthropic event: Delta Jamma. With such beautiful weather, it was a day that brought students, potential new students, administrators, and the Greek community together. The event lasted for three…

Married by Graduation? Just Say No

Married by Graduation? Just Say No

Photo courtesy of Google Article by Mikaela Wall What is so appealing to people about signing their life away to live with someone else at the age of 22? Someone enlighten me, because I truly cannot understand. More and more…

Tasting Georgetown Cupcakes

Tasting Georgetown Cupcakes

Article and Photo by Christy Blevins ‘Georgetown Cupcake. Sound familiar? If not then maybe the older TLC reality baking show DC Cupcakes does? Well if not, still keep reading because who doesn’t want to read about delicious cupcakes and my…

Eating for the Seasons

Eating for the Seasons

by Isaac Davis The concept of a seasonal diet is one that has majorly escaped us college students. Today, as we bustle around Kroger or Walmart we can only really tell what season it is by the gaudy Easter décor….

Film Review: The Witch

Film Review: The Witch

  The Witch is a modern horror film directed by Roger Eggers about a family in 1630’s New England who have been banished from their town. The story tugs at various issues, which could be commentaries on issues that are…

Film Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Film Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

    The semi-sequel to the 2008 film Cloverfield hit theaters on March 11 and is more effective and sensational than the first. 10 Cloverfield Lane was a surprise follow-up film that was made under secrecy by producer J.J. Abrams…

Film Review: How to Be Single

Film Review: How to Be Single

  How to Be Single, starring Dakota Johnson of 50 Shades of Gray and Rebel Wilson of Pitch Perfect, premiered just before Valentine’s Day of this year. The romantic comedy, with emphasis on the word comedy, grossed over 45 million…

Dear Sue: "A Truly Broke Student"

Dear Sue: “A Truly Broke Student”

Dear Sue, Sometimes I feel like some of us aren’t really “broke college students.” And honestly, I feel like if you’ve got it, flaunt it. But I don’t “got it,” and consequently have nothing to “flaunt.” In other words, I’m…

Napping – The Quilted Secret of Efficiency 

Napping – The Quilted Secret of Efficiency 

  By Isaac Davis College life is governed by time, and the question on all our minds is how can we spend more of this time doing what we want? Solutions often come in the form of self-pity (“if only…