by Tori Stukins You know, I really never thought I would make it here. Okay, I did, but it does not feel like I’ve been attending university for almost four years now. Amazingly, it did not kill me. Believe it or not, it actually got much easier with time. My senior year of high school, I … More The Final Stretch: Adjusting To Life As A Senior
Photo courtesy of http://visitchampaigncounty.org/ Every semester, season, and year in college brings change. No matter what year you are, there is something so different about this year from the last. Whether it’s more difficult classes, a new dorm/apartment, or more responsibilities around campus, everyone goes through it. As one of the Managing Editors of The Spread … More The Fall Issue: Editor’s Notes
By Ada Li Are you a spicy food fanatic? If yes, then I challenge you to tingle your taste buds with Maize’s Torta Ahogada. “Torta Ahogada” translates to “a drowning or suffocating sandwich.” It is a sandwich stuffed with beans, lettuce, tomato, avocado, cheese and sour cream. You can choose from a variety of meats … More #FoodieFriday: Torta Ahogada
By Danielle Wetterer As we reflect on all those child stars we grew up watching on TV, we can’t help but to ask ourselves, “where the heck are they now?” It’s Throwback Thursday, so I see it fitting to look back at the shows we love, and see what they are doing today (if anything). … More #TBT: Where are our favorite childhood stars now?
By Joseph E. Davis My WCW is Gabrielle Union Wade. To be honest, it sometimes hurts for me to say that last part (Wade! despite him being one of my favorite NBA players–but that’s neither here nor there. This article is about Gabby.). Brown skin, high cheek bones, beautiful smile, educated, and a strong woman that is … More #WCW: Gabrielle Union Wade