Why People Choose Minimalism By Cheyenne Coleman

Many people don’t know where to start or why some people choose to become minimalists. I have created a list of common reasons why they choose this path. I started with the most surface level ones. These are totally acceptable reasons to switch to minimalism. The latter are the more spiritual reasons. Don’t worry, if you choose this course for the more surface level reasons, … Continue reading Why People Choose Minimalism By Cheyenne Coleman

Fun Cold Weather Activities by Claire Chouinard

Leaves changing colors, bonfires, and football are just a few of fall’s great qualities. Sadly, in the Midwest fall quickly turns from enjoying the crisp outdoor weather to crawling under your warm blankets and refusing to leave the house. We’re all guilty of losing motivation when the weather turns frigid, but these ideas will keep you wanting cold weather year around. Well, let’s not get … Continue reading Fun Cold Weather Activities by Claire Chouinard

Sincerely, Cid

“The interval between the decay of the old and the formation and establishment of the new constitutes a period of transition which must always necessarily be one of uncertainty, confusion, error, and wild and fierce fanaticism.” -John C. Calhoun                                                                              Somewhere in the Middle   Caught in Disorientation, or Cid for short. That’s where I’ve been, and that also has become a part of my … Continue reading Sincerely, Cid

Spectre Review By Sean Harrison

Being half-British, half of me has always loved James Bond; the other half is sort of indifferent. So let’s see what side half Sam Mendes’ “Spectre” appeals to, shall we? Well anyway, the movie once again stars Daniel Craig in the title role with Christoph Waltz and Lea Seydoux debuting as the antagonist and the primary Bond girl. The movie, itself, begins with Bond on … Continue reading Spectre Review By Sean Harrison