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The Best Brunch in Westchester: Polpettina

The Best Brunch in Westchester: Polpettina

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
November 16, 2016 • 608 views
Filed under College Compass

What New York girl doesn't love a Sunday brunch? That's like trying to find a Texan who doesn't love football. Luckily for those of you like me, NYC and Westchester restaurants alike acknowledge this love of brunch and seize this opportunity to serve bottomless mimosas and breakfast foods at 1pm. One...

South Street Seaport

South Street Seaport

Tabatha Gonzalez, Feature Editor
November 16, 2016 • 353 views
Filed under Setter Hotspots

Centered off of Fulton Street and East River in Manhattan lies the historic area of South Street Seaport. The area is one of the older areas in Manhattan and has even restored some of its buildings to be commercial. It’s located in a niche-like place and its streets are even made of cobblestone. “It...

The NFL is Back

The NFL is Back

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 15, 2016 • 337 views
Filed under Sean's Sports Stretch

Last Sunday's games might be exactly what the NFL needed. We have all heard the talk about how the rating have been down. I am not going to explain the reasoning for why they are down because like the rest of you I would be just guessing. But the two leading causes  have been crappy play, and the presidential...

NFL Week 10 Power Rankings

NFL Week 10 Power Rankings

Lia Tassinari, Social Media Editor
November 15, 2016 • 449 views
Filed under Outside The Redzone

Everyone has their own version of who they think is the best team all the way down to the worst team. For me, it’s not about the team’s record. It’s about potential.   I’ll note that my power rankings change every week (mentally), however, the first ten that I will mention are always...

Three Bizarre Facials That Actually Work

Three Bizarre Facials That Actually Work

Elise Adams, Layout Editor
November 15, 2016 • 311 views
Filed under Skin Deep

Beauty regimens can be passed on from your grandma, taken from ancient history or found in the most recent issue of Cosmopolitan. From coconut oil treatments, to rose water masks and cocoa butter scrubs, there are countless ways to take care of your skin and your body. Some of the most effective treatmen...

Choosing Your Next Travel Destination

Choosing Your Next Travel Destination

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
November 8, 2016 • 611 views
Filed under College Compass

As much as wanderlust might swell into us on a whim, choosing a travel destination is a science. I know in my case there are so many places on my bucket list, but there are multiple factors you should take into consideration before you start clicking away on travel sites.   Weather- the time of year you travel will have a great affect on the weather you experien...

Quick and Cheap At-Home Coffee Hacks

Quick and Cheap At-Home Coffee Hacks

Nihal Al Qawasmi, Opinion Editor
November 8, 2016 • 421 views
Filed under The Weekly Brew

Oh, look. Another coffee post. I mean hey, this column isn't called The Weekly Brew for nothing. This time, instead of giving you all options from an overpriced coffee menu, I decided to sharre some coffee "hacks." The following will mostly include iced-coffee related methods because brewing a good '...

3 Reasons Why Your Hair is Constantly Shedding

3 Reasons Why Your Hair is Constantly Shedding

Elise Adams, Layout Editor
November 8, 2016 • 357 views
Filed under Skin Deep

Every time I brush my hair, the amount of hair that comes off on the brush is alarming. Then, when I shower I shed more hair down the drain, and every time I run my fingers through my hair during the day I'm destined to pull out a generous amount. I'm shocked I still have hair on my head. So, why do...

Turn Down The Music

Turn Down The Music

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor
November 8, 2016 • 303 views
Filed under Turn Up! (The Music)

While I absolutely love listening to my music as much as possible, there are situations in my life where listening to music (or the wrong music) at the wrong time has gotten me in trouble. In order to make sure you don’t repeat the same mistakes I do, here are some examples of my sins. 1. Driving...

From Ashes

From Ashes

Janine Jones, Copy Editor
November 8, 2016 • 273 views
Filed under Pages and Playlists

Hello Friends, This week, we talk about a book that I obsessed over for a good year. It got to a point where I named my fake husband for my marriage project after the main male character. Crazy? Definitely, but I have no shame. Judge me if you want - I own my psycho. The book this week is “F...

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