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Editors’ Picks: Poshmark

Editors’ Picks: Poshmark

By Kristi Lucchetta

May 25, 2017

You can now have a virtual closet to either sell or buy items with the website and app, Poshmark. Poshmark is an online clothing store that allows users to either swap, buy or sell clothing. You can look at other posh users’ closets to buy clothing from all over the world or join in on “posh par...

Editors’ Picks: Poole’s Public House

Editors’ Picks: Poole’s Public House

By Colette-Janae Buck

May 25, 2017

In the mood for some homemade British comfort food? Poole’s Public House is the place for to grab a hot plate of beer-battered fish and chips or bangers and mash, which is British for sausages and mashed potatoes smothered in gravy. The fairs are reasonably priced and different specials are offered ...

Editors’ Picks: Third of May / Odaigahara

Editors’ Picks: Third of May / Odaigahara

By Brad Brown

May 25, 2017

Six years after releasing “Helplessness Blues,” one of Seattle’s most successful bands of this decade—Fleet Foxes—returns with a lead single, “Third of May / Ōdaigahara” for their upcoming album release. This single gives a refreshing taste of the harmony-laden folk genius that we’ve sorely...

OP-ED: Age does not define experience or qualifications

OP-ED: Age does not define experience or qualifications

By Colette-Janae Buck, Chief Copy Editor

May 18, 2017

It has been customary for children and younger individuals to quiet their tongues and yield their opinions to their elders. We are taught that from a young age, what we think, what we need and what we feel pales in comparison to what those who are older than us think, need and feel. Ageism, or d...

Get a taste of the dystopian future with the ever so practical “techwear” trend

Get a taste of the dystopian future with the ever so practical “techwear” trend

By Colette-Janae Buck, Chief Copy Editor

May 18, 2017

If you search for techwear on Google, the collage of images that pop up make you feel as though you’re staring to a void or portal of a not-too-far-off dystopian future where everyone wears self-lacing shoes, baggy windbreakers and shorts over sweatpants. It’s a sea of bland, minimalistic and mono...

Editors’ Picks: Secret Hitler

Editors’ Picks: Secret Hitler

By Ian Bouchard

May 18, 2017

Secret Hitler is a game of intrigue and deception. It requires a group of five to 10 people to play and there are two parties. The first party, known as the liberals, have one goal in mind -- to pass liberal policies to win the game. The fascists, however, have another goal in mind -- to either pass ...

Editors’ Picks: MST3K:TR

Editors’ Picks: MST3K:TR

By Jordan Perry

May 18, 2017

Reboots and remakes have been exceedingly popular in recent years, but many have disappointed audiences. Well, after an over $5.5 million dollar grossing kickstarter campaign,  MST3K:TR does anything but. A stellar collection of terrible movies overlaid with familiar riffing, updated with more curr...

Editors’ Picks: Madden Girl Bryceee Flat Sandal

Editors’ Picks: Madden Girl Bryceee Flat Sandal

By Erin Rebar

May 18, 2017

The Madden Girl Brycee sandals are seriously one of the comfiest shoes I’ve ever worn, and they even solved my foot pain in a matter of days. They are Birkenstock look-a-likes (though I would argue that they’re a lot less ugly and even more comfortable) and have the same moldable footbed. They com...

Editors’ Picks: Lululemon

Editors’ Picks: Lululemon

By Kristi Lucchetta

May 11, 2017

With the sun and rising temperatures, higher energy levels tend to follow. Those who like to be active and comfortable should try lululemon activewear. College students on a budget might be scared by a pricetag of $90 for a pair of workout leggings, but with a lifetime warranty, free shipping on all ...

Editors’ Picks: Golden

Editors’ Picks: Golden

By Logan Stanley

May 11, 2017

Over the last three seasons, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has taken the NBA by storm with his breathtaking long-range three pointers and dazzling dribbling. He has gone from a cult hero among NBA fans to a two-time MVP with a championship who is now recognized on a global scale. How did this...

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