Fall Fashion Trends to Try This Semester

By Casey Tsou Now that we’re back in-person this semester, we actually have to start picking outfits every day! Sadly, I don’t think wearing my pajamas three days in a row is going to go unnoticed anymore… If you’re like me and want to start dressing your best again, this article is for you! I…

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Things to Look Forward to and the Future of Travel

A list of things to look forward to after losing a year to a pandemic. Written by: Courtney Trumbore Many of our plans have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Everything from weekend getaways to weddings has been postponed until further notice. However, things are starting to look up in some parts of the…

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Tasty Treats Making Their Way to Temple This Summer

 An inside look at a new restaurant coming to Temple University’s Community this year. Written by: Marquis Thomas In the early spring of 2020, the city of Philadelphia fell to its knees as the Covid-19 pandemic spread rapidly across the city. With this came the inevitable shutdown of nonessential businesses such as restaurants, gyms and…

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Dealing With Travel Anxiety Post-Pandemic

A student’s perspective on how to deal with travel anxiety and fear of cancellation post-pandemic. Written by: Courtney Trumbore COVID-19 took the world by storm in early 2020. Many of us never thought we would see something like this in our lifetime and over a year later, we are still trying to understand our new…

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Things I’ve learned while being a Klein GO Peer Advisor

By Leeannah McNew This past year has been a whirlwind. Between the pandemic, being a senior in college, and trying to find a full time job, having time to breath and enjoy the last moments of my college experience have been tough. But working for Klein GO has been the best thing to come out…

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10 Things to Pack if You Are Traveling During COVID

By Casey Tsou As vaccines are rolling out around the world, it’s no surprise that people are getting ready to travel again. However, our office wants to make sure that you’re thinking about everything so you can plan accordingly to stay safe and healthy if you do decide to travel! Many of these items go…

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International Amusement Parks

by Brooke Finkill Okay, I’ll confess. I truly never feel happier than when I’m at an amusement park. As soon as the weather starts warming up here in PA, I start thinking about when I could go to a local amusement park near me, like Hershey Park. And, I’ve been lucky enough to go to…

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Around the World in 80 Beans

By Leeannah McNew London:  Store St. Espresso Store St. Espresso is located in Bloomsbury in London with two locations on Store st. and Tavistock Place. They are known for their artisan coffee, treats like tiramisu pancakes (yum!), a thick breakfast sandwich, and an assortment of fresh pastries. After pursuing their menu, it is safe to…

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Traveling in Europe- tips that won’t break the bank

By: Emma Padner Traveling abroad for a full semester or even a week can be scary, especially looking at your bank account. I’ve compiled some tips and tricks that helped me travel for relatively cheap, and hopefully they’ll help you, too! TRANSPORTATION: Busses When I was in Ireland, I used the city busses to get…

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Study Abroad Take-Aways

By: Leeannah McNew My study abroad experience was a big first for me. It was the first time I had ever left the country. I had never been abroad before. Not even to Canada or Mexico or to U.S. territories. So I was very excited, but also terrified. The what if’s had started to cloud…

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