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Spiders and insects and snakes, oh my!

Although my teenage years consisted of locking my gaze locked on a computer screen, I can assure you that at some point in time, I actually enjoyed the great outdoors. While playing outside, I would… Read More...

The drawbacks of dining

Last summer, I found myself binge-watching Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen” or “Kitchen Nightmares” all the time. It could be because I really enjoy cooking, or maybe it was the catharsis of him yelling at inadequate… Read More...

Bleeding: severity, treatment and when to call for help

In everyday life, the type of bleeding we encounter is simply blood oozing out of a paper cut or a small bruise. Contrary to how the excruciating pain of a papercut would make it seem,… Read More...

Crowning a new king

Without a doubt, 2020 has started with a bang. At the time this article was written, there have been over 6,000 confirmed cases of and 133 deaths due to coronavirus worldwide, with the vast majority… Read More...

A new beginning for Chum’s

Cholmondeley’s, more commonly known as Chum’s, is a student-run coffeehouse located in Usen Castle and founded in 1955. Students working at Chum’s make all the decisions, from what gets served to the decor of the… Read More...

Falling like flies

Did you know that falls are responsible for over half of accidental deaths in adults over the age of 65? Although for teenagers and young adults a simple fall will likely only lead to minor… Read More...

Pushing the limits of alcohol

On almost every college campus in America, whether you look up, down, left or right, parties seem like ubiquitous constants. At many of these parties, alcohol is present, and unfortunately, there are many students who… Read More...

Hoot’s winter in …

Iceland  Sabrina Chow Don’t get me wrong. I love being from the Midwest. The overly-polite stereotypes, flat lands and four lane highways are some of my favorite things to return to after being in Massachusetts… Read More...

Professors want papers, students want letters

Sasha Skarboviychuk  At the end of every semester comes this tedious time when you find out what your semester’s efforts resulted in: grades are released. Usually the registrar sets a date when you should have… Read More...

Say goodbye to UTIs

Did you know that over 50 percent of women will contract a urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point during their lifetime? In fact, it is the cause of over 8.1 million visits to healthcare… Read More...
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