Emma Rygiel | Lifestyle Writer
Braving the cold winter months in New York City, thousands of fashion icons, eager reporters, celebrities, designer hopefuls and more, flocked the streets for the most awaited week of the dreary months- New York Fashion Week.
Without football games to pack your weekends, there is more time for weekend trips to mix into your semester.
With the so-called ‘retail apocalypse’ in full effect, online shopping seems to be taking over the world.
Even though classes are a great way to hold yourself accountable, push yourself and meet new people, a lot of the components can be replicated if you’re more of an at-home fitness fan.
In the age of technology, social media has developed an influence over our generation unlike any other.
Although the holiday season is one of the most exciting times of the year, college students are tasked with finding gifts and studying for the last few exams of the semester at the same time.
With the holidays right around the corner, students are preparing to pack up and head back to home-cooked meals and holiday parties.
Although the weather may suggest otherwise, fall is officially here- and what is more fall than pumpkin spice?
The Auburn born and bred local start up FetchMe celebrated its one-year anniversary with good food and by giving back to the community.
Challenging the stereotype of video games’ unrealistic nature, artist Michael Menchaca has explored themes they share with history to debunk this fallacy through his production of a thoughtful and progressive collection.