By Sara Addis This academic school year is unlike any other. COVID-19 has forced almost all schools to have online learning. At the University of Illinois, there are a handful of classes that are in person, but most students, myself included, have all virtual classes. Virtual classes can come in many shapes and forms. Many … More How to Start Off the School Year on the Right Foot
By Vanessa Herrera Ah yes, the holidays are almost here and the season can be felt in the air. Snowflakes are sticking to the ground, making a lovely white fluffy blanket. A nice cup of hot cocoa would be amazing as you sing along to season carols. Nothing can ruin this feeling. Photo Courtesy of … More Oh no…It’s Almost the End!
By Hina Gupta Photo courtesy of blog.lib.umn.edu/ The semester is coming to an end, You can’t get rid of your boyfriend Because he got rid of you Your grades sing DDDF You got stabbed in the back You just found out that this winter is going to be colder than the last You weren’t able to … More Dooms End: Semester Edition
By Tristin Marshall Remember when rolling book bags were the “it” thing to have in grammar school? It made you feel as though you had some type of capital and a sense of coolness when you rolled through the hallways and those standing behind you had to stand ten feet away to allow room for book bag. Wait, … More #TBT: Book bags with wheels
By Megan Jones Wide-eyed and scared as I sit in a new room and a much taller bed, my mind bounces from issue to issue. Adjusting wasn’t as easy as the college movies make it seem. There’s the sad hug goodbye from your parents, one day of homesickness and then suddenly walking around the quad … More Don’t knock it ‘til you try it: Meditate for midterms