From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Hispanic culture and history is celebrated during National Hispanic Heritage Month. The culture, history and contributions of people from Hispanic communities, including Mexico, Spain, the Caribbean and Central and South America, are observed as a chance to learn from a diverse group of people. Every year the Michigan State […]

The following is a guide for making a hobo pie, adapted from All you need is a small fire, some tin foil, flame-resistant/grilling tongs and some of the ingredients included below, and you’re on your way to the perfect meal.Protein:Hamburger meatGround turkeyVeggie burgerDiced potatoesSausageBaconTofuVeggies:OnionsCeleryPeppersJalapeñosTomatoesCarrotsGarlicSquashCabbageMushroomsCondiments:Barbeque sauceMarinara sauceRanch (or other salad dressings)KetchupMustard (regular, chipotle, honey-mustard, dijon)Hot […]

As we once again feel the warmth of the sun on our skin, wanderlust begins to fill the hearts of young travelers. After months of difficult studying through a harsh Michigan winter, nothing seems more exciting than the idea of embarking on a new adventure abroad or taking a road trip cross country with some […]

Here’s the thing about interviews: they are stressful, scary, intimidating and a lot like a first date. You spend hours planning your outfit, you spend extra time on your hair and you even practice what you will say in front of a mirror. You give yourself pep talks and tell yourself that you can do […]

Spring break has come and gone and as with many other college students, you may find that in its wake, you’re afraid to check your finances — especially your credit card statements. From overspending on lodging to using your card for restaurant visits and nights out, there are a number of common vacation spending practices […]