Road to Graduation: Colorful Leaves and New Habits, Please

These first few weeks of the semester have been considerably easier for me than past semesters. With a significantly smaller course load and a significantly less stressful job, I’ve found plenty of time to relax, keep up with homework, and hang out with friends. However, this upcoming month is going to be full of midterms, … Continue reading Road to Graduation: Colorful Leaves and New Habits, Please

6 Items That aren’t as Sustainable as You Think 

Being sustainable has become quite a ~trend~ recently. Whether you’re trying to use less waste, protect the planet or simply not get yelled at by your environmentalist friends, using products that are environmentally friendly is a big hit. However, not all products that are promoted as “sustainable” are actually as good for the environment as … Continue reading 6 Items That aren’t as Sustainable as You Think 

Strides in the Vegan & Vegetarian Community 

Five years ago, when you heard the word vegan or vegetarian, most people thought of salad with the occasional fake meat product that resembled mystery meat in a middle school cafeteria. Vegans and vegetarians have spent years trying to convince people they are able to eat more than just salads, but when it came to … Continue reading Strides in the Vegan & Vegetarian Community 

5 Must-Visit Athens Eateries

Brenen’s Coffee Cafe Brenen’s Coffee Cafe is the perfect lunchtime spot. Think Panera Bread, but locally owned and operated [we love to #SupportLocal]. Founded by two Ohio University alumni, Brenen’s offers handcrafted sandwiches and specialty coffee drinks. My favorite combo is the chicken salad sandwich with an iced cinnamon mocha latte [with almond milk, of … Continue reading 5 Must-Visit Athens Eateries