The gravel road took several sharp turns through what seemed to be endless corn fields before I finally arrived. Hints of color caught my eye as I whizzed past sunlit trees speckled with evidence that the season change was well underway. I pulled up to the long-awaited clearing situated along the edge of a small forest, immediately noticing the abundance of wood.
While pumpkin-spiced lattes seem to satisfy our inner pumpkin cravings temporarily, this pumpkin crunch cake is sure to put all your cravings to shame. Start off the autumn season with this easy-to-make cake that’s sure to please family and friends.
Nothing kicks off a fresh semester better than a pair of winter boots. That’s right Penn Staters, a pair of winter boots. While they may not be on the top of your back-to-school packing list, winter boots have proven to be commonplace in dorm closets for years on end.
It all began when Carolyn Rafaelian would accompany her father, to work at Cinerama, a Cranston-based jewelry factory. Little did she know, shortly after creating her own jewelry pieces, she would eventually become CEO of Alex and Ani, a positive energy company known for its signature expandable bangles.
“We’re opening with a fresh start,” says Sercy part-owner Christina Monzillo. Christina, along with husband and co-owner Robert Monzillo, celebrated the official grand opening of Sercy (formerly known as Access), the newest gift and apparel boutique in downtown State College on Thursday at 10 a.m.
You walk by The Palmer Museum of Art every day, but have you actually stepped inside?
Junior Shannon Agredo goes frequently.
“Am I doing it?” said the blonde girl casually sitting in the HUB-Robeson Center. “I don’t know,” her friend replied. “You just feel it, it’s not like I’m going to check for you or anything.”
The faster the temperature heats up, the soggier your nicely-packed salad becomes. Avoid this terrible situation with Dressing-2-Go, an easy way to transport your salad dressing and the ultimate solution to keeping your salad fresh.
Transitioning into a young adult is a constant process in college, one that typically occurs with the absence of parents in your everyday life. So what happens when your parents finally see you as the young professional you’ve worked so hard to become?
If you find yourself wondering about the origins of April Fools’ Day, you are not alone. “I have no clue how the tradition began,” says junior Natasha Bailey. “I’m sure someone was probably bored and thought it would be a great holiday to start.”
Ladies, sound the underarm alarm – it’s time to take a quick pit stop in underarm care. Though they may seem forgotten, you pits are no less important than the rest of your body. Take note of these tips to keep your underarms feeling healthy and smooth.
Forget the stereotypical spring cleaning. Let’s face it, your closet won’t stay organized for long anyway. This spring, take some time out to cleanse what’s truly important: YOU!
This tasty treat is definitely a step above your everyday brownie, and with good reason, too. Make these bad boys for parties, friends, birthdays or those weeks when you just need apple streusel cheesecake bars. Whatever the occasion, they’re bound to be a crowd favorite.
If your savings account doesn’t leave room for you to spoil everyone you love this Valentine’s Day, these inexpensive do-it-yourself Valentine’s Day gifts are sure to do the trick.
Hopefully by now you’ve grown accustomed to changing your undies daily–but when’s the last time you actually examined your pantie options? It turns out you may be long overdue for a thorough underwear purge. Follow these helpful tips to guide you along with your underwear drawer cleanse:
Keys? Check. Laptop? Check. Everything is in order as you slip into your everyday boots –both the warmest yet fashionable shoe you may currently have. After locking your door, you begin your freezing, bundled-up voyage to class, only to notice moments later that of all things, your pants are beginning to bunch.
A fresh semester can be cleansing for the soul, especially if you start it the right way. Explore these helpful tips on how to smoothly make your transition into another semester:
Botanically classified as a partial parasite, Mistletoe has the ability to grow on trees in addition to growing on its own. The plant, known for its green shrub-like appearance with small yellow flowers and white berries, is often associated with warding off evil spirits, fertility and life-bestowing powers.
Spread healthy holiday cheer this season with these refreshing sweet treats. Strawberry Santas take no more than 30 minutes and require very few ingredients – the perfect combination for busy students this time of year.
As we head home for the holidays after a semester jam-packed with exams, it goes without saying that a wave of relief can finally wash over us. Finals will be over and without a worry in the world we’ll begin our happy voyage back to home base.