Olivia Diorio Potatoes are incredibly common in the diet of most Americans. From mashed potatoes to french fires, potatoes are incredibly versatile. But what people sometimes forget about are yellow potato’s brothers, sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes can be used in both savory and sweet recipes and offer a nice change from normal yellow potatoes. What’sContinue reading “Superfood Tuesday”
Cece Jarry Exercise is a great way to stay in shape, become active, and maintain a healthy lifestyle, especially now when we are all stuck at home. However, people who are taking stimulants must be careful when working out, as these drugs can cause you to suffer negative side effects that can potentially lead toContinue reading “Exercise and Stimulants — Reducing Drug Use and Making Sports Safe for All”
Thi Ly Looking back months ago when we were placed under quarantine—due to the severe global pandemic that unexpectedly hit and spread, not only were we battling the virus but in quarantine we also dealt with a deadly disease faced by many of all ages and sizes: boredom. People turned to movies as a wayContinue reading “New Movies Arriving”
America. The mixing pot country. With over 403 spoken languages and 567 indegenous tribes, the United States is an extremely diverse place. Though we have so much diversity, some still refuse to accept this fact. The US has a long and alarming history of segregation, hate, and non-acceptance.
Emily Wharton Watermelon Not only is watermelon a tasty food it also has a lot of nutritional benefits. Watermelon is 92% water which helps you stay hydrated, it also keeps you feeling full longer! Watermelon has a lot of vitamins and minerals- Vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium, vitamins B1, B5, and B6. Watermelon alsoContinue reading “Superfood Tuesday”
Our world is full of interesting and beautiful cultures, and now that Halloween recently ended we can look around the globe to see how other people celebrate Halloween or Halloween-alike festivals.