Miles and Memories: The Value of the Road Trip

September 7th, 2015
3 months 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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
2 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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Between the Sheets: T&A

October 16th, 2013
2 years ago

By Lauren Cannon “All I want for my birthday is a big booty hoe.” Yes ladies and gentleman, those are the wise words of refined rapper 2 Chainz. But is all that 2 Chainz wants is a big booty hoe? What about some personality, a nice smile, or maybe nice legs and a nice chest? […]

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Between the Sheets: Oldies But Goodies

October 9th, 2013
2 years ago

By Lauren Cannon I find myself wondering if other girls or guys are thinking the same thing as I am, like  is it normal to “get with” a man 10 years my senior?  Do guys like it when girls talk dirty to them? These are all questions that no one can seem to answer, yet many […]

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Mission: Bleed Blue Jumpstarts Student Participation

October 2nd, 2013
2 years ago

By Jacqueline Stoughton Central Connecticut State University is enacting a new initiative in an attempt to bring more awareness and participation to on-campus events that are sponsored by various organizations that exist at CCSU.  They’re calling this new initiative Mission: Bleed Blue. “Mission: Bleed Blue is a new initiative we’re starting on campus where we’re sponsoring […]


Healthy Lifestyle Tips

September 11th, 2013
2 years ago

Paige Brown A new academic school year can be overwhelming. Thoughts of new friends, new classes in a new environment, and counting down the days to graduation – especially seniors. As all the excitement of a new school year surrounds us, we can forget about the most important thing, taking care of ourselves.   Yes, […]

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