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5 Ways to Keep the Winter Blues at Bay

Nicole Towne October 3, 2018

For many people, January through March are the toughest months of the year. Winter trudges along, the days are short while the nights are long and cold weather can leave people inside for most of the day. According...

Poke bowls start at $6.95 and offer a variety of toppings and mix-ins.

Ye’s Poke Station Is the Essence of a Family Tradition

Nicole Towne September 24, 2018

Ye’s Poke Station is the new kid on the block offering fast meals, snacks and sweets. Located directly north of the Oval at 306 W. Laurel St., Ye’s goal is to serve healthy budget-friendly food.  The...

Poet, Ross Gay reading poetry at the Creative Writing Series hosted by the College of Liberal Arts. Gay read a variety of his work, including pieces from his book, Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude. The reading concluded with a Q & A from the audience discussing the reading (Erica Giesenhagen | Collegian).

The Creative Writing Reading Series Is a Testament to Story-Time

Nicole Towne September 20, 2018

Camille Dungy, an essayist, poet and English professor at Colorado State University, believes there is something magical about being read to regardless of a person’s age. While studying as an undergraduate...

The Ducal Palace is one of Urbinos cultural highlights and can be visible throughout the city. (Nicole Towne | College Avenue)

La Vita Dolce: Peace of Mind and a Bowl of Spaghetti

Nicole Towne September 18, 2018

It’s a late August afternoon. Lunch is over, but dinner hasn’t begun yet. I’m hungry, I make my way over to the Lory Student Center to get something to eat. I order tomato soup and a grilled cheese...

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