10 Things We Love About Patrick Verona

By: Sam Miller

Every 20-something should be familiar with the cult classic, 10 Things I Hate About You. If you didn’t grow up wishing Patrick Verona were actually your classmate in high school, then maybe you will after reading this. Here’s a list of 10 things we love about Patrick Verona. Continue reading

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Travels with Charley – A Review

By: Kaycee Grancher

The other day I went to the bookstore in search of a good book. You know the kind of “good” that just makes you feel better? Not necessarily humor, just something to make me smile and to make the day a little brighter. I wanted something different and fun, and since I had a gift card to spend, it felt like the perfect excuse to find some new reading material without spending my own money. As I browsed through the shelves, I stumbled across a smaller little book that immediately grabbed my attention: John Steinbeck’s Travels with Charley. I’ve only ever read one book by John Steinbeck: Of Mice and Men, and I loved it. Steinbeck has a writing style that is simultaneously simple and complex, something that makes reading his literature very enjoyable. So, I decided to give Travels with Charley a go. Continue reading

Quick ‘n Easy Broccoli Quiche

By: Gabrielle Muniz

Do you ever want a home-cooked meal, but you just don’t have the time? Busy days really get the best of us when it comes to eating enough food. It’s easy to forget to eat or just settle for unhealthy fast food when life gets so busy. If this all sounds familiar, then this broccoli quiche is exactly what you’re looking for. It’s a quick and delicious opportunity to make a dinner that you can be proud of. Continue reading

Five Thoughts You Have as You Navigate Your First Adult Job

By: Sam Miller

It’s not always easy transitioning from college to the “real world” as your relatives like to call it, but we all have to do it. Eventually, we reach a point when it’s time to grow up and get an adult job. So, what’s it going to be like when you finally do? It’s bound to be different for everyone. I graduated with my master’s degree in May and started working my first full-time job just three days after. Here’s what my experience has been like so far. Continue reading

Restaurant Review: The Melting Pot

By: Gabrielle Muniz

It was my first time trying fondue, and it will not be my last. The Melting Pot is a lively restaurant geared towards the dipping and sharing joy that is fondue. It has an atmosphere that is so welcoming, which makes it a great place to have a nice meal with family or friends. With multiple entrées, salads, cheeses, and chocolates to choose from, there is no way that anyone can leave unsatisfied. Continue reading