Author: hblitzerrollins-edu

Lack of Time Drains College Students

March 20, 2014

Time management is one of the most intimidating elements of a college student’s life. If you cannot manage your time effectively, you cannot expect to be organized or successful. Yet, managing time is something that most students struggle with over the course of their educational career and, subsequently, in their professional careers as well. How […]

Read More

2014 Winter Olympics Wrap-Up in Sochi

February 23, 2014

After two weeks of excitement, the 2014 Winter Olympics finally came to a close on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014. The second and final week of the games revealed the athletic might of each country, shown through the many hard-fought competitions, wins, and disappointments. Although many people have argued that Sochi was one of the “worst Olympics” to date, the […]

Read More

Clash of Nations Proceeds in Sochi

February 20, 2014

The Netherlands and the United States lead the Olympic games with 20 medals, six gold each. Russia follows in a close third with 19 medals. The first week of the Sochi Winter Olympics has come to a close, and the first half was certainly no disappointment. Although the Olympics are over halfway done, there are […]

Read More

Winter Olympics Update

February 11, 2014

The Winter Olympics finally kicked off at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi on Friday, February 7. The event was visually appealing, historical, and seemed to attempt to veer away from politics (for the most part). Russia’s most popular pop duo, t.a.T.u. returned to close the opening ceremony preshow, a suitable “blast from the past” […]

Read More

Amping up Security for Winter Olympics

February 6, 2014

Terrorist attack threats against the Winter Olympic Games may cause the USA’s Hockey team to stay at home. Not everyone is excited about the Olympics. It seems that tension, not enthusiasm, is mounting as the days pass and it gets closer to the start of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Although there have been […]

Read More

Quality Café with Creativity

January 30, 2014

When Anthropologie meets Urban Outfitters décor and hand-blended teas, this artsy café offers quality service paired with a unique hippie-chic vibe. Infusion Tea is not your typical café, and it is not your generic Starbucks-style coffeehouse. It’s a unique, down-to-earth café that offers a simple vegan/vegetarian fare that’s all about the tea. My first impression […]

Read More

How to Keep Flu Season at Bay

January 23, 2014

One of the most pressing issues of being a college student is figuring out how to ward off the dreaded common cold (or for those unlucky enough, the debilitating stomach virus or flu). Getting sick is one of the worst possible things that can happen to a student during the semester: you don’t feel well […]

Read More

Advances and Setbacks for the Winter Olympics

January 23, 2014

Although Florida has not been affected by the winter freeze, you can still experience some post-holiday winter cheer with the upcoming 2014 Olympic Winter Games, more casually known as the Winter Olympics, in Sochi, Russia. The excitement is rising with less than three weeks until the Opening Ceremony, and the athletic performances that will follow […]

Read More

Where in the World

December 5, 2013

Glasgow, United Kingdom — A helicopter crashed into a crowded pub on Friday evening, injuring 32 people and killing at least 3. Only one death has been officially confirmed, but Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond, stated, “People must prepare for fatalities.” There were approximately 120 people inside the Clutha bar at the time of the […]

Read More

Where in the World

November 21, 2013

United Kingdom – The conflict in Syria is ongoing, and the issue of the country’s possession of chemical weapons has yet to be decided on. Discussion of what is to be done with Syria’s stocks of toxic arms is underway, and there is still the looming pressure and possibility of a US-led military strike. Fortunately, […]

Read More