Posts Tagged ‘college’

Every food blog and culinary influencer has a video touting “easy college cooking hacks,” but how many of those recipes are really applicable to college life? Most college students, especially freshman and sophomores, live on campus in dorms, which come with a whole list of challenges and limitations, culinary or not. What a lot of […]

You’re hungry, so you go to the kitchen to make some food.   A friend from class texts you, “Are you going to class today?” It’s a Wednesday night and your roommate asks if you’re going to Dublin. It’s 9 p.m., you have a five-page paper, two online quizzes and a group project due at 11:59 […]

Strangers are great. People you don’t know are more likely to ignore you. They’re less likely to spark up a conversation with you on the street than people you know. They’re wonderfully oblivious to your existence. Maybe that’s why people from warmer climates come up to MSU, to be surrounded by people who won’t talk […]

Summer is here which means study abroad season is upon us. MSU is known for its study abroad programs, and it’s likely that someone you know and follow on social media is off somewhere in the world having the adventure of a lifetime. The real reason people study abroad is to spam everyone’s Instagram feed […]

It’s spring in Michigan but summer is just around the corner. Many of us have spent the entire winter season practically hibernating, with comfort foods and frequent naps beneath a heated blanket. That said, it’s time for us to get back into a more active routine and find the right motivation to encourage us to […]