Monthly Archives: January 2018

Top Five Shows to Binge Watch Over Midwinter Recess

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Caption: Log into Netflix during Mid-Winter Break to start a bunch of binge worthy TV Shows! 
Photo Credit: Tiffany Naraine

When you aren’t doing homework or going out, being at home during Mid-Winter recess is super boring. With a Netflix subscription, being bored is never an option. These  five shows, such as Netflix Original Punisher, Riverdale, Gossip Girl, Baby

Sticking To It

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Everytime that New Years Ball drops, people resolutions for themselves but have no idea how to maintain them. It is common to create resolutions for the New Year, but are your resolutions really worth it? 35% of people who make

SUGAR RUSH

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Photo Caption: Lollipop Passion Goblet
Photo credit: Bhavna Roopchand

The Sugar Factory is every little kids dream; a family-friendly environment with a colorful and enticing atmosphere elaborately decorated with marble tables, pretty chandeliers, and black chairs. From burgers, shakes and all the way to crepes, The Sugar Factory’s menu …

First Dates – Do They Actually Work?

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Caption: First dates have the potential to create a long lasting relationship with someone. 
Photo Credit: Lucia Lin

In the 21st Century, society has accepted “First Dates” –  the way many people try to start or extend a relationship, usually friendship with a romantic partner for short or long term. Although it has been used and accepted for

A Diamond in the Rough

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Being a successful student entrepreneur is a very rewarding and satisfying feeling. It easily allows others to see that a student doesn’t have to wait until after graduation to launch their business. However, like most successes, there are always struggles

$5 Dates: Comfortability or Just Laziness?

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Caption: A $5 bill, the possible key to your next date
Photo Credit: Elvin Valdez

Nowadays we associate dates with social norms such as bowling or going out to restaurant, it really goes to show that there can’t be one definition of a date, despite what Google tells you, considering it does give a dictionary

First Dates: How It Could All Go Wrong

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We all know that first dates can be nerve-racking. Seeing our crush right in front of our faces can leave us speechless. The feelings of excitement, panic, confusion, and fear flow through our veins all at once. This often leads

First Dates : Important or Insignificant?

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Caption : First impressions may be lasting
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Are first dates losing their relevance or are they more prominent than ever?

As a teenager, it’s almost inevitable that some way or another, you’ll find yourself discovering the principles of dating, especially throughout high school. They’re the prime years

Quality Time on a Dime

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Caption: Quality time on a dime ( sort of).
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You and your significant other want to meet up and spend time together, but neither of you has much cash, so you guys buy two $2 pizzas and watch a movie at your house. This is called a five dollar …

Benefits of “Brain Drain” Classes

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In 2016, it was recorded that approximately 2.6 million students registered to take an Advanced Placement exam. That is around 1300 times more than when the first AP exam was administered.

Students are always posed with the question in high