The Truth Behind Diabetes

By: Emily Bevelhymer Diabetes is an autoimmune disorder that people recognize but many do know the facts. As a Type 1 Diabetic, I have heard every comment and question that is associated with the disorder. People who recognize the disease usually comment, “I think one of my grandparents have that,” and the most common question is, “Can you eat that?” Diabetes has many misconceptions surrounding … Continue reading The Truth Behind Diabetes

How to Prep for Prom in Advance

By Abbey Raison It is never too early to begin preparing for the day every junior and senior anticipates. This year, prom will occur on May 4, 2019. The date may seem far away now, but it will rapidly approach as the school year comes to a close. In order to avoid stressing about prom plans, begin your preparation now. Make your appointments: If you … Continue reading How to Prep for Prom in Advance

Studying? Here’s What to Listen to

by Abbey Raison When you’re studying, it can be hard to concentrate. Putting on some music can help you get your head in the right place…or the wrong place; it all depends on what kind of music you choose. While jamming to pop songs on the bus ride to a sporting event is fun, playing catchy songs while you study will inhibit your information intake. … Continue reading Studying? Here’s What to Listen to

What to Give the Person Who Has Everything for Christmas

By: Emily Bevelhymer The holidays are a time to buy gifts for friends and family but the same gifts are recycled every year. Gifts are a way to show our appreciation of our loved ones. Putting thought into finding the perfect gift can be time-consuming so here are some ideas to get you away from the traditional gift card or cash. Give the gift of … Continue reading What to Give the Person Who Has Everything for Christmas

Marshmallow Cookies Recipe

By: Emily Bevelhymer The holidays are known for incredible food. Around the holidays parties and family gathering occur every weekend. What better way to celebrate than making homemade cookies and that show off your baking skills to friends and family. A recipe for kitchen sink marshmallow cookies is sure to wow everyone at your holiday gatherings! Time: 45 minutes Yields: 4 dozen cookies Ingredients: 2 … Continue reading Marshmallow Cookies Recipe

Learning English A Struggle, Reports Find

by Raihan Eligihani Language has been used as a form of communication for ages. Expressing our thoughts and emotions would be difficult without it as it is the backbone of societal practices. Although there are various forms of language, English tends to be one of the most imperative. Seeing that English is immensely prominent, a new yet effective form of learning the English language must … Continue reading Learning English A Struggle, Reports Find

How to Cope with Stress

By Raihan Elgihani Life gets tough at times and stress is inevitable. However, when learning how to cope with stress, your perspective on life and production is improved. Especially since exams are right around the corner, here are a few tips and tricks on how to successfully cope with stress. Take care of yourself. Eat healthy, well-balanced meals Exercise on a regular basis Get plenty … Continue reading How to Cope with Stress

Need some Gratitude? Think on these quotes

By: Emily Bevelhymer The month of November is here and the perfect time to express thankfulness. Thanksgiving is thought of as the holiday of food, but sometimes we forget that the importance of Thanksgiving is to express gratitude for the important people and things in our lives. Here are some quotes to help promote thankful thoughts for the upcoming holidays.     Continue reading Need some Gratitude? Think on these quotes