A Match Made in the Computer

February 11th, 2016
8 months ago

by Analisa Novak I always have this fantasy that I will find my future husband at a Barnes and Noble. It will be a natural meeting where we bump into each other and talk about our favorite books over coffee and we will get married months later. But honestly, I’m starting to realize that this […]

Tips for Staying Organized Throughout College

February 11th, 2016
8 months ago

by Jessy Stanavage We have all been there; standing among piles of clothes that clutter the floor and a disorganized desk piled high with books, papers and the sunglasses you lost last week. It’s a cringe-worthy sight for people who thrive on organization but for many of us, it doesn’t come naturally. While disorganization is […]

The Takeover of the Internet

January 27th, 2016
8 months ago

by Sheridan Cyr Two weeks ago, Macy’s announced that it would be closing 36 locations around the U.S., including the store located at Enfield Square in Enfield, Conn., in response to in-store sales declines this holiday season. In line with the closings, around 4,500 employee positions will be eliminated. According to a USA Today article […]

Keys to Staying Healthful Throughout College and Beyond

January 27th, 2016
8 months ago

by Lauren Lustgarten The Freshmen 15 is something none of us wanted to experience as we enter our first year of college. But it’s also something that we aren’t exactly sure how to avoid either. From eating home cooked meals and being forced to eat our veggies growing up, to having to eat at the dining hall three or […]

Miles and Memories: The Value of the Road Trip

September 7th, 2015
1 year ago

N.A.S. by Chris Marinelli  This past spring break, eight of my friends and I crammed into two cars and set our sights on Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Now having completed the 24-hour trek down the east coast, I have a brand-new outlook on how much fun living can be. The trip started out on complete impulse; […]

Travel Survival for Students: Budget a Disney Trip Without Going Broke

March 5th, 2014
3 years ago

Inexpensive Travel How To. Destination: Disney World By: Arianna Cecchini Growing up, every child dreams of going to Disney World; why wouldn’t you want to go? Mickey Mouse, Cinderella’s Castle, food, specialty shops, music, parades, fireworks, rides – it’s truly a magical experience. Being in college, clearly money is an issue to most students, and […]

Thrifting: Style Has No Price Tag

February 12th, 2014
3 years ago

By Aundrea Murray   Who knows how to turn a penny into a fortune more than frugal college students? The majority of us hustle funds in order to survive the frantic lifestyle. Food, books, board – not to mention a social life – can run pockets dry in a blink, so a clothing budget is […]

Where Comfort Meets Classic

January 27th, 2014
3 years ago

By Aundrea Murray  Who knows how to remain fashionable when you are rushing for a 9am class while rubbing day-old makeup from your eyes and wiping freshly spilled coffee off of the seats of your car? Making sure that you do not over-accessorize, or simply ensuring that your lips are not dry, might not be the […]

Students Embrace Insanity

January 23rd, 2014
3 years ago

By Acadia Otlowski Two weeks ago, the four hundred students who occupied CCSU’s gymnasium were attending a popular new workout class: Insanity. Insanity started out as an “extreme home workout DVD,” but its creator, Sean Miguel Thompson, better known by his stage name, Sean T, expanded the system into classes that are now being practiced across the county. Three […]

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App Review: KCCO

December 5th, 2013
3 years ago

By Paige Brown I’m not one who usually downloads apps onto my iPhone, but for a while now I have been, what a lot of people may call, a Chivette. The Chive is a website dedicated to entertaining followers with fun pictures and videos. There is a free app that you can download on your […]

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