There's only one episode left until the Tea Time ladies say goodbye. Grace Kinnicutt, Andrea Ricker and Lizzie Seils spend this episode talking about their college lasts, and Grace and Andrea leave the show on a real cliffhanger before next week's final episode.
Andrea Ricker is out today, but Grace Kinnicutt and Lizzie Seils are using this opportunity to go back into the future. Special guest, friend of the show and tarot reader Meara Gietl uses her cards to give Grace and Lizzie a glimpse into their career future. Follow our guest at @meats_ball.
Grace Kinnicutt is out today, but Andrea Ricker and Lizzie Seils are using this opportunity to look into the future. Special guest, friend of the show and tarot reader Liz Kolze uses her cards to give Andrea a glimpse into her career's future. Follow out guest at @tealizzie_
As the Tea Time ladies look towards graduation, they reminisce on what they use to dream of doing as a kid. Ambitions include: teacher, lawyer, ballerina, astronomer, veterinarian and more!
If you were a kid in the late 00's, you probably were on Club Penguin. Grace, Andrea and Lizzie look back on all of their favorite hangout spots from the iceberg to the coffee shop all while remembering the igloo parties they attended and crazy membership fees they paid along the way.
This week, Andrea Ricker and Grace Kinnicutt give Lizzie Seils a rundown of the Grammys. It's a little confusing, but we got there.
This episode is totally tubular, cooler than cool. Yeah the ladies are trying to bring back using "epic" in daily conversation, but retro is, like, in right now, right?
This week, the Tea Time ladies look into their love languages with the help of an online quiz.
This week the ladies celebrate the honored tradition of Galentine's Day with compliments, venting and discussing the women all about ladies: Little Women. Happy Galentine's (and we guess Valentine's) Day!
Could we survive on the prairie? According to these kitchen disaster stories probably not.. but Andrea could make us some really good butter to go with Grace's lemon noodles before the gelatinous cheese blob destroys us all.
The ladies are back on the Zodiac track this week by comparing their compatibility to their signs. Are they all good friends, or have they secretly been mortal enemies this entire time?
This week, Lizzie Seils, Andrea Ricker and Grace Kinnicutt take a deep dive into their astrology charts and see how accurate they are. Plus, is it weird to be born in the afternoon?
Tea Time is back in 2021, and Lizzie Seils, Grace Kinnicutt and Andrea Ricker are sharing how they feel about their final semester at Illinois State University being fully online. While graduation won't happen like it usually would, they brainstorm some ideas to still make the occasion special.
Ho ho ho, what's this? A quiz show with host Lizzie Seils and contestants Grace Kinnicutt and Andrea Ricker? What an unexpected holiday treat! Join in on the fun with Grace and Andrea at guessing whether are not these Hallmark Holiday movies are real or made up!
In this episode of Tea Time, Grace Kinnicutt updates us on what this year's hot toys are, Andrea Ricker reminds us all of the universal little-girl Christmas dress experience and Lizzie Seils shares how she used to dance like crazy in middle school.
This week, hosts Andrea and Lizzie are joined by a very special guest, Damon Breitbarth! Damon is the President of the Student Television Workshop as well as a pun master. Follow Damon on Instagram at @damon_r_b
Guest hosts Alex Gant and Jake Fogal take over this week's Tea Time to take a small break from The Roast Session. Want to hear some embarrassing stories about our recent lives? Then you are in the right place.
To let off some steam, the Tea Time ladies go on rants on some fairly specific topics. the subjects of their young adult female ire? Weddings and gender reveal parties, naturally.
Having trouble with election results? We got you! Lizzie Seils, Andrea Ricker and Grace Kinnicutt take some time to talk about their experiences with election night (and election week) as journalists and students.
This week, the Team Time ghouls talk about memories of trick or treating as kids, as well as their plans for Halloween. Also, listen in for some ~spooky~ Halloween ASMR. Share your costumes with them on Twitter at @SeilsElizabeth, @ricker_andrea, and @GKinnicutt.
This week, the ladies give each other BuzzFeed quizzes to figure out key aspects of their personality, such as what kind of bread they are, what their inner big cat is and whether or not they can tell Harry Styles lyrics and Shakespeare sonnets apart. Tell us your BuzzFeed quiz results and…
Andrea, Grace and Lizzie discuss possible Halloween costumes, as well as movie theaters and what they miss about them. Topics include "Cats: The Movie," movie theater candy, "Tiger King" Halloween costumes and more.
Lizzie Seils leads Grace Kinnicutt and Andrea Ricker down the rabbit hole of the "Twilight" franchise. Other topics include "Shark Boy and Lava Girl," the many crimes committed in "Glee," werewolf clothing and much more.
Andrea Ricker, Grace Kinnicutt and Elizabeth Seils restart Tea Time with discussion on "Animal Crossing," food poisoning and ... eye colors? All that and more on the newest edition of Tea Time.
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.