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Candy hearts, red roses and stuffed bears have become commercialized symbols of Valentine’s Day, however, there’s one timeless trend that has remained consistent over the years: dates. As a female college student, I’ve had my fair share of dates; some have been great, others not so much. Valentine’s Day is the chance to show your significant other how much they mean to you, and where you take them out reflects a lot about you. Actions will always trump words, so show your date how much you care about them with a few simple date ideas to consider… and ones to avoid.
Since CMU Program Board announced they are bringing Jesse McCartney to CMU for their spring concert, students have been buzzing with excitement and questions. While some students are excited to hear music from their tween years, others are left asking why him? Some are saying they did not realize he was still alive. McCartney is certainly alive, and there’s more to him than just his “beautiful soul”. Here’s five things you probably didn’t know about McCartney.
Although beer pong, flip cup and “Cards Against Humanity” are often dubbed classic party games, these activities played weekend after weekend can get a little boring. Spice up your night with your crew by trying some of the new and exciting party games listed below.
We’ve all made plenty of goals for 2018, and these stops should definitely be at the top of the list. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry. I’ve come up with a list of 5 signature menu items from Mount Pleasant’s undercover hot spots.
Let’s face it, Mount Pleasant is relatively a small town and there’s not always a lot to do for fun. When looking to do something out on the town, most college students turn to the bars or seek out the nearest party, often looking over seeing a movie. While going to the movies can be pricey for college students, the Mount Pleasant Celebration Cinema offers $6 movie tickets on Tuesdays as well as discounts on food and beverages. That being said, here are 10 movies coming out in 2018 and why they should be at the top of your must-see list.
Avoid cabin fever this winter with these fun-filled day trips all over Michigan! Whether you’re looking to get away with family, friends or that special friend of yours, cruising around the mitten is a great way to bond with others and let out your adventurous side.
New Year’s Eve is an exciting holiday with a lot of hype built up behind it. As college students, there’s often a feeling of pressure to make an epic night out of the holiday. Whether you’re hanging with family or friends or chilling by yourself, if you are struggling to come up with ways to make the holiday memorable, check out these ideas.
The coming of a new year sparks celebration around the world. It's important to look back on everything the year has given us when the festivities die down. Instead of trying to cover all of 2017 (and boy is there a lot), I'm going to stick to my favorite, music! Here are some of the best albums released in 2017.
Winter break is fast approaching- a glorious three-week period filled with holiday fun and no academic responsibilities. Be sure to make the most out of your vacation by adding some of these fun activities to your agenda in between Netflix binges.
Let’s face it, we all have, or some of us may even be, that family member that likes to stir the pot and discuss controversial topics such as politics at family gatherings. According to CNN journalist AJ Willingham, there are appropriate ways to discuss politics with family during the holiday season or avoid the conversation entirely by trying some of the following topics or tactics.
Every college student looks forward to going home for break. There are plenty of homemade meals, no classes or homework and lots of time spent with family. Sometimes though, being home for break can be just as stressful as exam week at school. With your mom constantly asking you questions and your sibling begging you to play with them, it might be harder to relax than you thought. Here are a few ways to get through the weeks at home.
Holiday break is often seen as a time to catch up with friends, family and loved ones. However, a large majority of your break will probably be spent laying in your bed or on the couch. Winter break can start to slow down soon after the gifts are exchanged and Christmas cookies are eaten. To combat the boredom, consider binge watching these shows that align with your TV genre preferences.
It’s a week night and you’re sitting in your room. You’ve finished all of your homework and your stomach starts to growl. You ask your roommates if they want to go get food but they all say they’re broke. Unfortunately, so are you. However, there are a few tricks to make eating out affordable…
Don’t get me wrong, socks and hand-knitted sweaters from Grandma are great, but how about the things us poor college kids actually need and can benefit from? For some reason our relatives tend to think that the older we get the less gifts we need. Oh, quite the contrary.
The holiday season means loads of festive fun. For most of us, this also means there will be a variety of holiday treats in our kitchens. After all, would it really be the holiday season without mom’s homemade Christmas cookies or grandma’s famous fudge?
You’ve got the perfect outfit planned for your night out, but what about hair and makeup? Cute hair and stunning makeup are totally necessary for a night out. Plus, it gives you the perfect excuse to take cute selfies for Instagram. Look like a bar star or house party queen with the help of these hair and makeup tips and tricks:
After a long day of class, work and other activities, cooking dinner sounds like a lot of work. As soon as you hit the couch, your brain drops the cooking idea and grabs the phone for take-out. However, ordering take out is terrible for your body and your bank account. Break the habit of bad food by meal prepping on Sunday!
Do you think that you’ve tried everything the small town of Mount Pleasant has to offer? Well think again! Mt. Pleasant is full of hidden gems and unique experiences just waiting to be found. If you’re looking for new things to do, check out some of these establishments that are less known around Mount Pleasant.
In his fifth year of hosting a photojournalism workshop at Central Michigan University, award-winning photojournalist Danny Wilcox Fraizer didn't have a topic in his mind, he had a theme — division.
Get into the holiday spirit with the help of some spirits! Here you’ll find some easy, holiday drink concoctions that are sure to be the highlight of your next holiday party or quiet night at home.