The Midterm Slump

We’re already halfway through the semester, which means your chances to save your grades are dwindling. Your performance on midterms and assignments later on in the semester has the power to really influence your final grade. Most teachers don’t assign high stakes assignments at the start of the semester. These are typically due later on... Read more →

The Senior Perspective: Fearbola

Anyone who is a SNL fan knows and loves Seth Meyers for being able to take any serious issue and make it funny, even for a moment. Now that he has his own show, he’s had many opportunities to make the viewers laugh. One of the topics he recently tackled was Ebola. Ebola has been a big topic in the news these... Read more →

5 Must Have Free Fitness Apps

              Fitness apps could be and are extremely useful to anyone that is trying to reach their personal goals. Whether it’s tracking your food intake, finding new workouts, or tracking your heart rate; apps can do it all. But in an online app store world that is so over... Read more →

4 Crafts for College Students

                Scrolling endlessly through Pinterest has served as a savvy inspiration for us “new apartment” settlers. Sadly, my “Lets Get Crafty” board has grown and grown with no evidence to show around my apartment. While midterm week may be hectic, these crafts... Read more →

Why You Should Learn to Cook

One of the most important skills I learned in college did not happen in a classroom. Learning how to cook has not only helped me survive (literally), but I’ve also been able to do something I enjoy. Obviously we all need to eat. I prefer to cook my meals for myself rather than pick them up in a cafeteria or eat carryout every night. By... Read more →

Look Out for These Nail Trends

                It’s finally fall; the weather has changed and the leaves are falling. With the official end of New York Fashion Week, we witnessed some key fall trends for wardrobe and makeup, but we’ve also seen new trends in nail color. Here are some colors that will... Read more →

Why ISU Needs to Keep the “DD”

              As you have probably heard by now, the city of Bloomington is trying to ixnay the ISU student designated driver. A long running “tradition” so to speak, students from all over campus drive around their cars for a night giving rides to their fellow, usually... Read more →