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Everyone eats and everyone should care about food. This is a core value believed to be true by the creators of the Museum of Food and Drink – a project currently under construction. MOFAD started out as an idea on the website Kickstarter by its founders Dave Arnold and Peter Kim who created the concept of a food museum with interactive exhibits. Their aim is to educate the public about all...

10 things to do after graduation

So, it’s the August after graduation. You feel pretty odd driving down the highway passing by SUVs and Hondas filled to their roofs with new comforters, mini-fridges, and collapsible shelving units, while you’re just out on a sneaker-purchasing venture with your Mom. Just me? OK. But still, my point is that the period of time following graduation can feel quite strange.


Muah Ha Ha-ppy Costuming! What Outfits Can You Expect To See This Halloween?

Can you feel the chill in the air? If so, it’s because Halloween is closing in on us like a stalking wolf in the black of night. Also creeping up is the time left to decide how to dress for the most ghoulish night of the year.


Phone Addiction - Removing Yourself

A Huffington Post article quoted a Time magazine survey where 84 percent of 5,000 participants worldwide said they, “...could not go a single day without their cell phone.” And our addictions don’t take a break.


Tinder vs. Grindr: Who Wins?

Looking for that special someone? Don’t have a lot of time to do it? Think online and “traditional” dating are outdated? Enter two of the most popular dating apps. You may have heard of Grindr and Tinder. You may even use them. These types of apps are constantly growing in popularity and users, for those who not only want a hookup, but maybe a steady relationship.


New York Fashion Week 2014

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City is known for many things, but disappointment is not one of them. Fashion designers showed their 2014-15 fall + winter lines for the upcoming seasons, and there were plenty of snowstorm-ready ensembles, no doubt inspired by the frigid conditions we battled this winter.


Olympic Drinking Games

The crowd roars. Excitement fills the air. Athletes from around the world march through Sochi waving to the crowd. The Olympic torch is ignited. And perhaps, more enthusiastically, alcohol flows among the millions of viewers around the world.


Three Months to Victory: Training for a Half Marathon

Are you looking to test your physical and mental stamina, but not quite ready to commit to a grueling 26.2-mile marathon? At 13.1 miles, the half marathon is ideal for those looking for a more flexible way to challenge themselves beyond the typical 5 or 10K. In comparison to a full marathon, the process of training for a half marathon is much speedier.


Crowded Gym? No Problem!

Have you ever walked into the gym, energized, Nikes laced, water bottle in hand, only to stop dead at the sight of the crowd? You want to embrace this motivation that rarely comes around, but every piece of equipment is crawling with other students. So you stand there among the other gym-goers trying to stakeout a treadmill. But time passes and nothing opens up. Now what?


How to Stay Ahead When You're Swamped with Schoolwork

School is underway and students everywhere are feeling the stress and pressure. Getting back in the busy school routine is always a shock, so the best way to avoid additional stress is to get ahead and stay ahead. Here are some tips to stay ahead of the curve, the grading curve that is…


Best Natural Energy Boosters

It’s summer. The air is hot, the pool is cool, and the beach is calling your name! With so many worthwhile activities going on this season, you don’t want to miss out due to fatigue. If you’re up late during summer nights, you want to make sure you’re up during the day as well.


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