The Beauty of Bountiful Baskets

The Beauty of Bountiful Baskets

Contrary to popular belief, I do eat at home for the majority of my meals. I’ve been trying to eat healthier and with the rising cost of produce I started looking for a way to keep my wallet happy and my fridge full. Through my research I came across a...

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Netflix Recommendation: Dollhouse

Netflix Recommendation: Dollhouse

I am the type of person who hates waiting a week for the next episode of any show. That’s why Netflix makes me extremely happy. Although Netflix was originally intended to allow us to stream movies, the best content it provides are seasons of television shows. Strangely, one of the series I’m a...

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Fourteen Eighteen offers perfect mix of good coffee, relaxation

Fourteen Eighteen offers perfect mix of good coffee, relaxation

So a couple weeks ago, I admitted that I’m a total coffee snob. The other thing I’m a complete sucker for is a super adorable coffee shop. When I was in Denton, that place was Art Six, which has since closed down but was a big part of my high...

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Rome’s nod to world’s oldest profession

Rome’s nod to world’s oldest profession

This past week, the news covered tons of stuff, rehashed some old feuds (Ukraine, for instance), updated us on some others, wars raged on and planes crashed. But here’s something you might have all missed, which is why, I think it’s time to bring you the scoop from none other...

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Dim Sum Heartbreak

Dim Sum Heartbreak

Houston has spoiled me. I grew up there making frequent visits to our massive Chinatown area and indulging in my family’s favorite feast, Dim Sum. When I moved to Richardson and first checked out our Chinese food scene I was massively disappointed, but I persevered and found two places, Kirin...

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HoloLens Expands on Augmented Reality

HoloLens Expands on Augmented Reality

Unless you don’t pay attention to technology news, you probably already know that Microsoft announced its HoloLens last week. At first look, most people look at the device and think that it’s a cool device that does not have much practical use. To start, I have to say with this piece of...

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A neuroscience student’s reflection on TBIs, current research

A neuroscience student’s reflection on TBIs, current research

In the wake of Sunday’s Super Bowl game featuring the New England Patriots versus the Seattle Seahawks (I was rooting for the Seahawks), football is having its last bit of media coverage before it goes into the off-season. As a neuroscience major, whenever I think about football, I also think...

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Hostage hindrance

Hostage hindrance

The world waited with bated breath as a new crisis evolved in the war against ISIS. You might be tired of the group already, but even as American troops continue to engage in war with the Islamic State, the militant organization continues to post videos of brutal beheadings and hostages....

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Unlimited Sushi is a Girl’s Best Friend

Unlimited Sushi is a Girl’s Best Friend

Sushi has long been a staple of every college student’s dreams — delicious but unaffordable as a regular meal. Or that’s what I thought before I started looking around Richardson and realized we were blessed with not one but at least three different restaurants serving unlimited sushi for lunch around...

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YouTube Recommendations: Extra Credits

YouTube Recommendations: Extra Credits

When I go to YouTube in search of entertainment, sometimes I indulge in the mindless funny cat videos that saturate the Internet, but for the most part I like to watch content that enriches my life with useful information. I’m a big fan of tutorial videos, well developed video series,...

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