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Artifact: Jared Leto makes you want to never buy music again

Artifact: Jared Leto makes you want to never buy music again

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editora

March 18, 2014

I’ve got an “Out of My Element” first for you today. Documentaries are undoubtedly an important form of the motion picture industry. They have the power to change your mind, introduce you to something new, and even affect the world around us. Too often I think documentaries are swept to the...

RMU Proclamation: Championship or not, the Colonials still won

RMU Proclamation: Championship or not, the Colonials still won

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

March 7, 2014

January 4th, 2014 - 14 players, 5-10 record. March 6th, 2014 - 8 players, 14-2 NEC record, 20-12 overall record, regular season NEC championship and a birth to the semifinals in the NEC tournament. You say coincidence; I say Cinderella story. Normally, the recycled cliché gets tossed around...

Look Good Naked: Music can be magic

Look Good Naked: Music can be magic

Leah Fleischel, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2014

Sometimes there’s no way around it, working out is just a drag. My biggest problem on the treadmill somedays is scrolling through my iPhone endlessly to find something to motivate me to go the distance. Pandora doesn’t always read my mind (plus commercials are a total buzz kill), and I’ve had the...

9 to 5: Living for 80’s women’s comedies

9 to 5: Living for 80’s women’s comedies

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editor

March 5, 2014

During the somewhat interesting life this column has led, I’ve featured some movies that it seem have come right out of left field. I pride myself on the fact that I have a diverse pallet when it comes to films, but todays featured movie may be the biggest shocker I have ever placed in front of you. If...

For the Love of Food: The best chocolate chip cookie recipe ever

For the Love of Food: The best chocolate chip cookie recipe ever

Elizabeth Witowich, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014

I started baking when I was 4 years old in my great grandmother’s kitchen. While I was far from being considered a master chef I learned so much from my grandma on being patient and consistent. While my methodology and style of cooking has changed over the years, there is one thing that has maintained...

Look Good Naked: The art of running

Look Good Naked: The art of running

Leah Fleischel, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2014

You can do Zumba, yoga, cross-fit, P90-X, and every workout you find online or in magazines; but nothing is as good for you as running. After all, it is so simple. You lace up your shoes, put on your workout clothes, throw earbuds in with a killer playlist and go. Until a few minutes in your lungs...

RMU Proclamation: Is breaking the law the new self-inflicted truth of college sports?

RMU Proclamation: Is breaking the law the new self-inflicted truth of college sports?

Jon Fisher, Assignment Editor

February 27, 2014

It starts with a thought that travels throughout the synapses of the brain. The subconscious debates whether to put forth the action, or neglect the mishandling of the current moment. Time stands still only for a few seconds as the human puts that thought into a process, thus creating an instance. An...

For The Love of Food: Pizza edition

For The Love of Food: Pizza edition

Elizabeth Witowich, Staff Writer

February 26, 2014

As a college student and want-to-be chef, there are few things I like to eat more than pizza. I have probably consumed dozens of pizzas over the years, just because I love it so much, but my favorite way by far is to make it myself. While this pizza recipe may not take the place of your favorite pizza...

A new brand of ‘Late Night’ television: An update

A new brand of ‘Late Night’ television: An update

Matt Merlino, Lifestyles Layout Editor

February 24, 2014

After a killer first week of airtime, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” has taken America by storm. The Tonight Show’s premiere drew in nearly 17 million viewers and demolished those of his competitors, Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman, nearly doubling their combined ratings. After being...

Look Good Naked: It’s the little things

Look Good Naked: It’s the little things

Leah Fleischel, Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2014

As February rounds the corner and spring break is just weeks away, some of us on a mission to look good naked (or at least in our swimsuit) may be feeling crunched for time. Last week I told you what NOT to do in terms of cleanses and fad diets, so this week I'm going to give you a few incredibly small...