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Valentine’s Day Is Once a Year, Love Is 365


BY HALEY SHERIF “I left a gift for you on the coffee table, babe.” I smiled at a recent text my girlfriend, Kate, had sent me.

Small Town Coffee Shop Serves Up a World of Good


By Amber Dunlap Nestled among the charming storefronts and sidewalk patios of Olde Town Arvada in Colorado sits an alluring coffee shop with an even more captivating story to tell.

The Bookstore Tour of Boston


by Ryan C. Bradley Welcome to Boston, book lovers. This tour is designed to take you to nine of the best independent bookstores in Boston and the neighboring communities of Cambridge, Mass., and Brookline, Mass.

3 Tricks to Achieving Mindfulness From an Anxious Skeptic


By Sarah Teczar I have always been a terrible worrywart. I used to think of it as a character trait—something that was in my nature, like empathy or a wry sense of humor.

Cuban Poet Victor Fowler Calzada Believes in the Power of Education


   By Jessica Colarossi Last year, Cuba got its first-ever queer studies course. About a half dozen adult students read texts about queer theory and Cuban literature and analyzed paintings and music in the back of a book shop in Havana.

Refugees Along the Water: A Firsthand Account of Syrians in Camp Moria, Greece


By Chau Mui ADELINA FONTES IS CURRENTLY STATIONED IN CAMP MORIA AS A VOLUNTEER IN THE ISLAND OF LESBOS, GREECE.

4 Tried-and-True Tips for Packing Light


By Colin Daniels Packing light is not always easy, especially if you enjoy having a lot of options. Well, I’m here to tell you it is possible to get many different looks and not have to carry a heavy suitcase.

Bored Being a Grown-up? Go Back to Summer Camp


by Mary-Milam Granberry Remember the carefree days of childhood summer camp? If you didn’t go to sleep-away camp, maybe you can recall staying out riding bikes until the lamplights came on, or the summer block party no one missed.

Why Do Millennials Feel the Pull of Cities?


By Colin Daniels There is something exciting about being in a city that inspires you to step out of your comfort zone.

Cause, Effect, & Coffee


By Arnelle Lozada “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.

Have Sneakers, Will Travel: Why Destination Running Is the New Vacation


By Samantha Facciolo You may have heard that, in late January, 15 runners competed in the World Marathon Challenge, an endurance test to complete seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.

When the Meat Eater Met the Vegan


By Jason Savio I never used to know what nooch was until I met my girlfriend. To me, nooch sounded like something from outer space.

Overcoming the Hurdles That Stop Millennials From Voting


By Alexandra Gandolfo With the primaries starting, it’s time for that friendly reminder from Uncle Sam: “I want YOU to VOTE!

From Standardized Tests to Stroop Effect: The Benefits of a Bilingual Mind


From Standardized Tests to Stroop Effect: The Benefits of a Bilingual Mind BY ANTHONY MARTINEZ My great-grandmother used to tell my father: “A person who can speak two languages is worth two people.” In an increasingly globalized world, this saying rings more true than ever.

5 Under-The-Radar Carnival Celebrations Worth Experiencing


By Amber Dunlap In early February expect to see streets around the world burst into life and color as Carnival celebrations ignite.

5 Under-The-Radar Carnival Celebrations Worth Experiencing For Yourself


Carnaval Photo via Shutterstock In early February expect to see streets around the world burst into life and color as Carnival celebrations ignite.

Cat Cafes Are Catching on in Munich and Beyond


By Sarah Teczar Videos of cats knocking things off tables and viral kitten memes abound in our Facebook newsfeeds.

3 Reasons to Consider Switching Your Doc to a D.O.


by Ryan C. Bradley When you had your last physical, chances are you didn’t notice the two letters after your primary care provider’s name.

5 Ways to Make a Difference During Your 2016 Spring Break


By Jessica Colarossi Alternative spring break is a longstanding tradition involving college students working toward positive change.

5 Ways to Make a Difference During Your 2016 Spring Break


By Jessica Colarossi Alternative spring break is a longstanding tradition involving college students working toward positive change.


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