While the semester is wrapping up at IU, I’m reminiscing on my four years here. Just like everyone else, I have had my ups and downs during my time here. Of course, I did badly on a few tests and the COVID-19 pandemic came along and canceled my study abroad plans, but I’d much rather dwell on the great times — all the musicals I’ve seen at the auditorium, the friends I’ve made, and of course, Little 500.
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We’re getting to the end of the school year, which leaves most students rushing to finish projects or cram for tests. On top of that, finals season is just on the horizon. Here are a few ways to manage your time and stay organized, according to IU Counseling and Psychological Services.
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Maybe you already have a collection of plants, but some of them need some extra tender loving care. Or you’re worried about buying that plant because you don’t have a green thumb. Well, here are some tips and tricks for keeping those plants happy, healthy and green for spring!
Are you in a drink rut? Bored of your regular Diet Coke or vodka crans? Here are six ideas for drinks to make at home with only a few things you might have to buy.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Don’t let that get you stressed out. Here is an easy way to plan a date and some perfect valentines to give to anyone and everyone!
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Thanksgiving break is like the calm before the storm that is the last few weeks of the semester. Papers, put-off readings and finals can all wreak havoc on your relaxation time, so make the most of this upcoming week off while you can.
The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting colder and classes are getting crazy right now. All of this has me feeling constantly sleepy, and you probably feel this way too.
I have always been a huge Halloween fan. My family used to do matching costumes and throw a big party every year. The love for Halloween has stayed with me and loving Halloween comes with loving the music for the holiday.
Currently, I’m queuing up the sixth episode of season three of “The Circle” to procrastinate writing this column. But that’s just the thing I want to bring up. I’m watching that, not “Bachelor in Paradise.” Why? Because “Bachelor in Paradise” is boring, and cooler shows featuring love, group dynamics and — of course —drama are doing everything BIP is doing, but better.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column predicting fall and winter Truly flavors, one being the infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte.
I will be the first to admit I became a bandwagon fan of Kacey Musgraves during her fourth studio album, “Golden Hour.”I went into her new album “star-crossed” hoping to get a similar sound.
As I write this, I am cuing up the sixth episode of “Only Murders in the Building” on Hulu. So far, my biggest qualm is that they didn’t release them all at one time, and I’ve felt the need to ration each episode so I’m not stuck waiting.
As a student, I crave easy-to-read, exciting books because so much of what I read for school is slow and complicated. When “The Plot” was my assigned reading for a class, I didn’t expect the wild ride the novel took me on.
LANY, a trio musical group, released its fourth studio album, “gg bb xx,” Sept. 3. The 12 tracks contain all the sounds and lyrical themes people who have listened to the group’s discography expect from them. But, that’s just it. The album is so expected and the songs barely distinguish themselves from one another.
In summer 2020 deep into the pandemic, a friend introduced me to Phoebe Bridgers. Fast forward a little over a year, I find myself masked showing my vaccine card and ID to employees working at the sold-out 4,000 person venue for Bridgers’ opening night of the “Reunion Tour.”
I frequently find myself on BookTok, the side of TikTok teeming with recommendations of old and new books. So when I saw the pink cover featuring the painting “Portrait of a Young Woman in White” on the cover of the book “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” I recognized it and bought it.
The flavored-alcohol brand Truly Hard Seltzer burst onto the scene during the seltzer craze of 2016. Since then, the company has come out with new flavor packs nonstop, including a berry, citrus and tropical variety pack.
Some may think an artist’s song being featured in a commercial is a death sentence, but I don’t think it’s a bad thing. Sometimes, it can give unknown artists mainstream listeners or remind us of bops we once loved.