Imagine looking into the mirror every day and seeing a stranger. Imagine waking up in the morning and feeling that the essence of who you are is wrong.
NEW YORK CITY - New York fashion is something that has always fascinated me. Being an avid blog-reader and fashion enthusiast, I’d heard the rumors that New Yorkers only wear black and I’d listened to both sides of the who-wore-it-best debate — Parisians or New Yorkers. I’ve seen more than my fair share of New York street style photos and have been exposed to pop culture portraying New Yorkers as skinny, black-wearing, cigarette-smoking types who either work on Wall Street, sell their souls to the fashion industry or paint for a living. To put it simply, stereotypes were not going to cut it for me.
Kylee Bushway is a sucker for "Criminal Minds," but she hates scary movies.
As the semester shifts into full swing we tend to find our lives getting more chaotic with balancing heavy loads of homework, work schedules and extracurricular activities.
Dirty, sick, gross, nasty – words to describe the experience of stepping in dog poop? Wrong. Students tend to use these words to describe sexually transmitted infections that affect 25% of college students and 50% of the general population.
As the semester tears on with endless homework, studying and rigorous all-nighters, it’s important to keep yourself centered and stress free.