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Quick food fixes for hangover

Quick food fixes for hangover

Sydney Wood

September 26, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

A pounding headache, gut-wrenching nausea and extreme exhaustion can riddle the body after a night of drinking. Hangovers are a necessary evil after consuming too much alcohol. Whether it be the hair of the dog that bit you or a strong cup of black coffee, everyone has their own way of attempting...

Drink deals every broke college students needs

Drink deals every broke college students needs

Emma Anderson

September 26, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

Once in a while it can be fun to get all your friends together and head downtown after a long week of work and class. However, this habit can come with a large price tag if you aren’t aware of the different kinds of deals the local bars are offering.  So, with the help of the internet and the mana...

Planner it up: Get your life organized

Korey Schuld

September 12, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

Students can use a planner for many reasons. Some use them to remember meetings and schedule classes, birthdays, events and work shifts. However, some students might not know where to start with a new planner, so here are some tips to get started. Make a color code to organize the different it...

5 meals under $5

5 meals under $5

Emma Anderson

August 29, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

One of the toughest things about college is budgeting. More specifically, budgeting out meals — especially when you may no longer have a meal plan. If you are anything like me, you never paid attention to how much food cost when you were on a prepaid meal plan. However, now that I do not have one of t...

Start the semester off on the right foot: 5 tips for good physical and emotional wellness

Emma Anderson

August 22, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

Even though the start of a new school year often means reconnecting with old friends, making new ones, buying textbooks and budgeting the meal plan, it also means taking a moment to focus on one’s physical and emotional wellness. Whether a freshman or a fifth-year senior, starting off the acad...

Campus clothing: How to make summer fashion ready for class

Campus clothing: How to make summer fashion ready for class

Jade Peterson

August 22, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

A new school year is upon us and the time for showing off our style is here. Although it is the fall semester, autumn and its cool weather will not arrive for a while. Do not fret though, there are many ways to make a summer wardrobe campus-ready. Shorts can still be a possibility It is too soon to say...

10 healthy ways to hop through finals week

10 healthy ways to hop through finals week

Miranda Nagel

April 25, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

It’s the dreaded time of the semester yet again when things begin to pile up and it seems like you may never get everything done. With deadlines growing by the minute and final exams quickly approaching, stress is bound to come creeping in. Fear not, there are ways to make the end of the semester...

How not to play yourself: bad relationship edition

How not to play yourself: bad relationship edition

Amanda John

April 11, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

I’m going to be introducing my new series, “how not to play yourself,” but first we are going to define the phrase; what does it really mean to play yourself? It simply means to put yourself in a compromising situation. You know, like scoring a goal against your own team. Now that definitions...

Ins, outs of advertising for college clubs, events

Ins, outs of advertising for college clubs, events

Ian Lack

April 11, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

SDSU’s campus is a pretty busy place. Between the hundreds of campus clubs, departments and other organizations, there’s a lot happening, but what do they all have in common? A need to advertise themselves. “I think it’s such a busy campus. We have stuff from the religious organizations to the Pokémon ...

Five tips to work up courage, score a date with your crush

Five tips to work up courage, score a date with your crush

Amanda John

February 14, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

Okay, let’s be honest; I haven’t been the most romantic writer in history, but I’m here to surprise you. In honor of Valentine’s Day, I’m going to give you five tips for scoring a date with your crush – you’re welcome. Believe in yourself. You’ve got to hype yourself up on the daily,...

Celebrate Valentine’s by treating yourself this year

Kyrin Wahlmeier

February 14, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

If you don’t have plans for Valentine’s Day this year, you could catch a movie with friends, try out a bath bomb or eat Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and watch chick flicks. These ideas tie into “Galentine’s Day” and or “Treat Yo’ Self” day that is celebrated the day before Valentine’s...

Six things to do when it’s cold out

Haley Halvorson

January 24, 2018


Filed under Lifestyles

1. Prairie Lanes Bowling Strike out in a game of bowling with your friends. 2. South Dakota Art Museum View art pieces by Harvey Dunn, Skye Gilkerson and the From Dusk to Dawn Collection which shows art of nighttime scenes to the rising and setting of the sun. 3. Larson Ice Center $3 admission fee and $...