Anne Dawson | Social Media Editor
Between the housing, food, drinks, activities and, for some of us, the shopping, spring break trips can add up real fast.
Cooking every night or even just a few nights a week doesn't have to take up a lot of time.
As I was walking the hall of the Haley Center last week, I overhead a girl say to her friend "I have to do well on this test, I'm OCD."
Freshman year is a fun time for a lot of people. You're out on your own with no rules, no curfews and very few responsibilities.
The whole gluten-free lifestyle trend has become very popular lately. It seems like everyone knows at least five people that all of a sudden have a gluten allergy.
Every college freshman has experienced it— the period of time where you think to yourself "I have no friends." And while yes it sucks for a minute, it may not be the worst thing in the world.
Eating healthy doesn't have to be miserable and taste awful.
Everybody loves pizza, but not everybody loves all that grease or that queasy feeling they get after downing a whole large one themselves.
While temptation might be staring you in the face saying, "Eat it. It won't kill you," stop for a minute and check out these tips to help you remain calm and guilt free this holiday season.
One of my favorite things to make after a long, hard day is classic fried rice. The best part about fried rice is that you can do just about anything with it that you want.