On this week's Tea Time, News Editor Grace Barbic and Photo Editor Ali Rasper bring on EIC Jon Barlas to talk about their experience at the Illinois College Press Association conference in Chicago over the weekend. The three seniors reminisce about Vidette memories and encourage others to li…
Vidette News Editor Grace Barbic and Photo Editor Ali Rasper spread the love with a Valentine's Day-themed Tea Time. This week they talk about the good and the bad of this Hallmark holiday.
News Editor Grace Barbic and Photo Editor Ali Rasper talk about all things Super Bowl from their plans to food to the most important part: the Halftime Show. While money struggles and weird eating habits come into play, rush to catch their full conversation on this week's Tea Time.
Vidette Photo Editor Ali Rasper and News Editor Grace Barbic recap how the beginning of the new semester is going and offer best ways to unplug on the weekend and make time for yourself.
“Tea Time” is back! Vidette News Editor Grace Barbic and Photo Editor Ali Rasper sit down to spill the tea about the upcoming holiday season and how to get ready for finals. Stay tuned each week for special guest appearances and relatable content to Illinois State University students.
The Vidette Girls talk about finals stress and they ways they overcome the hustle and bustle of "Hell Week." The Girls also say goodbye until the return of Tea Time in the Fall 2019 semester.
This week, The Vidette Girls talk about past jobs and what made them fun or what made them a nightmare while navigating the best way to maintain professionalism in the work place.
The Vidette Girls talk about the seriousness that is sexual assault and attempt to take down the stigma surrounding discussions of sexual assault.
This week The Vidette girls discuss the positives and negatives of having, or not, having roommates and what it essentially means to be a good roommate.
The Vidette Girls take a moment to discuss how amazing women are and who the top women in their lives are and why being a woman is especially important today.
The Vidette Girls discuss spring break stories and what people can do if they choose to stay at home for their break.
The Vidette girls discuss the complexities of all the items it takes to be a girl and how those items can become expensive. In an attempt to remedy it, the girls find a way to make being a girl cheaper.
In this episode of Tea Time, The Vidette Girls discuss the importance of not letting mean girls tear you down and that building each other up is the best thing one could do.
Vidette Editor in Chief Chief Becky Fletcher, News Editor Cindy Hernandez, Photo Editor Ali Rasper and Features Editor Grace Barbic launch a new podcast dealing with female issues and empowerment with Valentine's Day disasters and how to remedy them.