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Stephanie Rosiles

Student journalist at the University of Utah pursuing a Bachelors of Arts in Communications.

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Loli Navarro

Escritora e estudante de jornalismo, com experiência em SEO e mídias sociais. Fascinada por moda vintage, pelo outono, …

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Skills: Reporter, Illustrator, Feature Writer, Blogger
Specialisms: Social Media, News, Music, Journalism, Fashion, Culture, Art

Samantha Sotos

Graduate from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg with a bachelors degree in Mass Communication with a …

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Skills: Reporter, Proofreader
Specialisms: Travel, Sports, Journalism, Features

Kaylin Young

Student | Writer | Explorer

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Isabella Gomes

Eu sou um museu cheio de quadros.

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Beatriz Olivetti

Aluna do primeiro ano de jornalismo na Faculdade Cásper Líbero. Escolhi essa área pela minha paixão por ouvir …

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Latest Articles

5 Things I Wish I Knew as a Freshman

Adjusting to a new environment is always hard, especially when that new environment is college. I know that when I was a Freshman in college, I often felt clueless or even intimidated by my brand-new surroundings. Now however, as a senior, I consider myself a seasoned veteran of the ways of college. So, whether you are a Freshman or a transfer student, never fear! I’m here to share the top five things that I wish I knew as a new student at Skidmore.
By Morgan Fechter
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How A Yoga and Massage Studio Saved My Life

I remember my first jobs in high school; lifeguard, camp counselor, and waitress my first summer of college. Cringing — I recall when I dropped a tray of food at my waitressing job and had a full on panic attack, having to leave work and eventually resigned because I was treated so poorly by management because of my struggles with mental illness.
By Rachel Stevens
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14 Amazing Costumes To Wear At Pororoca Louca

The costume party, Pororoca Louca, is coming! The event is hosted by the athletic from Cásper Líbero University and if you don’t have an idea for a costume, this post can help you. First, we will show some costumes if you want a solo costume, but of course we will also show costumes if you want to match with your friends.
By Isabella Gomes
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Want To Chill? Here's Everything Coming To Netflix This November

We’re just two months before the end of the year. It’s the end of the semester and all you want is to relax while watching something on Netflix. But what if you have watched everything? No worries, because there are lots of new movies and series for you this november. Check it out everything that will arrive on Netflix this month:
By Isabella Gomes
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4 Movies To Watch If You Are Single And Proud Of It

Julia (Maika Monroe) is a young woman who is kidnapped by a crazy scientist. He takes her to his house and installs a chip on her. The house is equipped with an artificial intelligence named Tau, and Julia, who is locked in the house, tries to escape and get back to her life, but the computer is programed to kill her if she tries anything. When the scientist leaves the house to work, Julia starts a conversation with Tau, and she tells him stories about the world outside that house, she teaches
By Isabella Gomes
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5 Asian Artists You Need To Listen To

For a while, most people’s view of Asian singers was probably William Hung on American Idol way back in the day. I do not know where this notion came from, but there is a stereotype that Asians cannot sing. However, Korean Pop music has proved many wrong, with many groups topping the Billboard charts. But for those not into the Korean music wave, there are plenty of Asian artists to give a listen to! Keep on reading to find out the next new artist to add to your playlist: Rina Sawayama is a Jap
By shannon chin
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Queens of the Court: A Look Into FSU Women’s Tennis

Now that the regular season has ended and the tournament has started, it is time that we sit back and appreciate the historic season that the FSU women’s tennis team served to us this year. Last year, the girls ended their season with a disappointing loss in the Elite 8. This year, the girls have a shot to claim their first national championship in program history. The Lady Seminoles just wrapped up their season with a No. 11 ranking by Oracle/ITA Team, and walked into the ACC tournament play as
By Erika LeFlouria
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Let’s Hear It for the Girls

In more ways than one 2018 turned out to be the year of the female: Team USA women’s hockey won their first Olympic gold medal in 20 years and a record number of women gained seats in Congress. 2018 turned out to be one of the best years in FSU history to be a collegiette. All in one year, two female teams in the garnet and gold walked away with national titles. In an unexpected twist, the Seminole softball team won their first national championship, taking down impressive opponents to win. In a
By Erika LeFlouria
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Toni Harris Becomes First Woman at a Skill Position to Sign College Football Scholarship

On Feb. 26, Toni Harris made sport’s history by becoming the first female football player at a skill position to sign a letter of intent, accepting a scholarship to play at Central Methodist University in Missouri. Harris joins Becca Longo, Adams State University kicker, as the first and only two women to accept a scholarship to play football at a DII or higher level college. Though Harris is not the first female to sign a scholarship to play American football, she is the first female to play a
By Erika LeFlouria
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Can You Dig It?: A Look Into FSU Beach Volleyball

As the end of the regular season approaches, it is safe to say the FSU women’s beach volleyball team has had an impressive season on the sand. Though last season the girls ended the year as national runner-up, second place is not what Seminoles play the game for and these girls know that. This playoff season, the No. 3 Seminoles are fighting for their first national championship and to be crowned the first non-California based school to take home the trophy. Last year after a hard-fought regula
By Erika LeFlouria
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Personal Finance the #GirlBoss Way

The easiest way to accidentally spend all of the money that you have is to not track your spending. It’s easy to swipe your card or quickly Venmo a friend since it doesn’t feel like money is leaving your account. Chances are that you don’t quite know how much you’re truly spending. Creating a budget is an easy way to set guidelines for yourself. Budgets aren’t meant to be restrictive — they are meant to be freeing! You get to set aside money for eating out and going places with friends while ma
By Hannah Oh
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6 Ways to Take Care of Yourself During Exam Season

As Week 10 comes to a close, you’ve almost made it through Fall Quarter (woohoo!), but exams are well on their way - and they just keep on coming. It’s easy to focus on getting that 4.0 (or as close to it as possible), blazing through classes and work, while completely forgetting to take breaks for eating, rest and clear your head. Here are a few ways to make sure you’re taking care of yourself…
By Hannah Oh
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What to do when your loved one suffers from depression

How do you deal with your significant other’s mental illness or illnesses? We’re not doctors or psychiatrists, so what can we do to help? While we may not be able to write prescriptions or suggest the correct treatment methods, here is how you can provide a supportive environment for your loved one that may be suffering from depression. Take the time to learn about depression People with depression can have good days, they can have bad days. Depressed people usually suffer from mood swings as
By Sara Strohschein
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How to Survive Being Vegetarian in College

Whether you’re a hard core vegetarian, or someone who wants to find out what Tofu actually tastes like, going meatless isn’t always easy. Especially, when you’re in college, it seems like every meal option contains some animal product or meat within it. I remember during my freshman year of college, I was on the school meal plan and I struggled daily trying to find ways around the constant meat heavy items. Though the meal plan did have vegan and some vegetarian options, I still found it hard n
By Kelsey Milo
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I Didn't Know September Was Suicide Awareness Month

It seemed that throughout the month of September, my news feed was filled with pumpkin spice latte reviews and the newest editions to the Kardashian clan. As much fun as those articles were to read, I was unaware that the month of September was more than just celebrating the newest fall fashions and pumpkin flavored foods. Apparently, September is Suicide Awareness Month, and as big and important of an issue as suicide is, I seldom saw anything promoting or bringing awareness to it throughout th
By Kelsey Milo
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