Friendships in College

By Maya Murphy To have a best friend is to have someone you can tell everything and anything to.  To have someone who will go with you anywhere, so you don’t have to be alone, even if it’s to the bathroom.  To have your second half, your partner in crime, and future bridesmaid.  To have…

Time to Pay College Athletes

By: Joe Candon Think about working as hard as you can and making your bosses millions and in return you make nothing. Every athlete is told from a young age that there is someone else out there working their ass off trying to be better than they are. Some are not dedicated, but others are, and they…

Italy in January

By: Hannah Krasinski Italy in January. No one fantasizes about going on their Italian excursion during the country’s winter months. Most dream of gondola rides through the waterways of Venice during a warm summer day, laying out on the electric-blue water beaches of the Amalfi coast, or watching the sunset while cooling down with some…

Alternative Medicine: Reiki

By Brenna Lane When consuming television commercials, advertising for prescription medication always makes me very uncomfortable. I’m always waiting for the quick mumble of extreme possible side effects that will without a doubt make an appearance before the thirty-second blurb is over. These side effects could range from acid reflux to suicidal thoughts and tendencies….

Poetic Justice

by: Naseehaa Bacchus Once again, Tumblr robbed me of my sleep as I continued to scroll through countless hipster photographs and trendy smartphone wallpapers. Just before my mind could drift off into slumber, I was intrigued by one specific post that found its way to my phone screen. “insomniac. I’m convinced that heartache is a…

A Lost Art: Going to the Movies

by Christine Favata Refinery 29 uploaded a blog post of what is coming new to Netflix in April. A refreshing mix of classic movies and brand new series are now on Netflix. A list of “new this month” series is also available on Hulu’s press site. Amazon prime has movies at our fingertips with a…

All four to the floor

by Bri Buttner Being a car enthusiast comes with challenges, learning obstacles, and lots of commitment. It is one of my favorite hobbies because I not only get to learn about cars, I also get to learn about other people, what motivates them in their builds and the extremes of how they want to build…

Pro @ Procrastinating?

by Mariah Williams Remember the last time you procrastinated? When was that? Oh yeah, almost every day of your college life. According to Psychologist Piers Steel, 80-95 percent of college students procrastinate. Crazy, right? Not really. When you are a college student, whether you realize it or not, time flies and things can go south…

Natures lessons for surviving the corporate world

by Ben Wanaselja With gradation swiftly approaching, it brings with it the realization that my world will soon change. Instead of the black handled maul and cheap pair of wool gloves that I had become accustom to these past two years, I will soon be confronted with TPS reports and an over-flowing inbox. With the…

The British Guy

by: Taylor Murphy (photo from Stevenson TEDX 2016 via Youtube) When it comes to math, marketing, and management, the best are always hard to find to teach these subjects. But one man in particular has done it all.  Phillip Gallagher, one of Stevenson`s adjunct professors has, been around the world and has the base of…