Monthly Archives: September 2013

Natural Hair Inspiration: YouTube+Bloggers

“We don’t go ‘natural’, we return. ‘Natural’ is where it began.” -Unknown The Natural Hair Revolution has swarmed through the black community and taken over the web with an extensive database of natural hair websites, blogs, and videos full of … Continue reading

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Austin Mahone

 On October fourteenth, I went to the York Fair with a few friends to see Austin Mahone in concert.  Ausin Mahone is an up and coming pop singer who got his start on YouTube.  I’ll admit, I wasn’t all that excited … Continue reading

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Restore the Roar

Last Tuesday, the NCAA announced their decision to reduce the sanctions against Penn State as a reward for their implementation of the Free Report recommendations. A large part of the sanctions lifted have allowed the University to increase the amount … Continue reading

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John Legend: The Future of Love

Love. This common theme spans all genres, but few artists manage to capture it in a raw and pure form. John Legend, 34, is the exception. On his recently released album Love In the Future, the newlywed serenades listeners with … Continue reading

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New Freedom Fest 2013

Alright, so as some of you may know, I run “Henna Ink,” a henna tattoo stand that appears at the New Freedom Fest, a local heritage festival that takes place, every year, on the third Saturday of September in, well, … Continue reading

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Science Fair Tips: Part 1

If you are a fellow overachiever like me you are already working on your science fair project. When I am working on my project I’m in my element. What, no reaction? Maybe all the good chemistry jokes argon. Now that … Continue reading

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9th Annual Clarabeth 5k

Biggest accomplishment from the past weekend: Running a 5k. Start to finish, my friend Bryce and I chugged up hills, across fields, and forged our way to the finish line. We felt the burn. On September 22, it was the … Continue reading

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5 Instant Cures for Life’s Everyday Struggles

1. “The Brain Freeze.” The sneakiest and most painful of all head pains. You can just be minding your own business, enjoying a nice, cold scoop of Rocky Mountain Road when, all of a sudden, a jolt of pain flashes … Continue reading

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Time Management

School has been in session for about a month now and everything is in full swing once again. Late night swims  have turnd into late night studying.  Morning waffles turnd into grab the closest edable thing and run out the … Continue reading

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Books I Would Like to Read

I am constantly on the lookout for a new book and tend to keep a list of books that I want to read. These five books are the only ones on my list at the moment and I’m looking forward … Continue reading

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