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Opinion: Journalist’s murder shows depth of America-Saudi relations

October 31, 2018

It was 2 a.m., and Hatice Cengiz anxiously paced the Turkish street outside the Saudi Arabian consulate. She wondered where her fiancé, Jamal Khashoggi, could possibly be. Hours ago, he had told her to wait for him outside. He then entered the building to receive the documents they needed to get married, but he never […]

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Let’s be frank: The Rollins gym is gross

October 10, 2018

Students and faculty freely use the gym; however, students complain it should be cleaned more. (Curtis Shaffer / Staff Photographer) As you walk into the Alfond Sports Center’s Daryl’s Fitness Center, there is an overwhelming sense of humidity (regardless of the insufficient air conditioning) mixed with sweat and bad body odor. The atmosphere feels moldy […]

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Defining sexual assault

October 10, 2018

Controversy around Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation brings up difficult questions like how to define acts of sexual violence  It seems as if we look at sexual assault on a spectrum, with rape being the worst offense, punishable with the most severe consequences. However, this point of view does not take into account that every act […]

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Leftover Lentil “Meatballs”

April 19, 2018

With less than four weeks of the semester left, it is time to start thinking about cleaning out your dorm pantry. If you still have those canned beans around and want to get creative with how to enjoy them, this recipe is for you! Time: 25 Minutes Servings: 12 Meatballs Difficulty: Medium Ingredients: 1 Can […]

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Nutritious yet delicious spots in Orlando

April 12, 2018

What is on the Campus Center menu today? Unfortunately, it tends to be the same old thing. Despite having access to a range of off-campus restaurants where students can use their R-Cards, the options become boring and it is time to switch things up. That is why I am sharing two of my current favorite […]

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Chicken Shawarma Skewers with Garlic Lime Avocado Tzatziki

April 12, 2018

Cook up these tasty skewers for a National Garlic Month favorite. Time: 30 Minutes Servings: 4 Shawarma Sticks Difficulty: Easy-Medium Ingredients: Chicken 4 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Fillet Strips 1/2 of a Lime Juiced 1 tsp Water 2 Cloves Garlic, Minced 1/2 tsp Cumin 1/2 tsp Oregano 1/2 tsp Paprika Salt & Pepper Garlic Lime Avocado […]

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Pumpkin Pie Walnut Muffins

March 29, 2018

Did someone say National Chiffon Cake Day? The Foodimentary, a source for the complete food holiday list, might have, but we are being rebellious and making these Pumpkin Pie Walnut Muffins instead! Servings: 5 Muffins Prep Time: 10 Minutes Cook Time: 30 Minutes Difficulty: Easy Ingredients: 30 g Oat Flour 2 tbsp Coconut Flour 1/2 […]

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Tropical Smoothie

March 22, 2018

I know March 22 is World Water Day, but sometimes we need to switch up our liquids so they do not get too boring! This tropical smoothie is easy to make, packed with protein, and refreshing. Do not be scared by the ingredients—you cannot taste the spinach, and the cottage cheese only adds to the […]

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Protein Peanut Butter Pancakes

March 1, 2018

I have created some protein-packed peanut butter pancakes to celebrate it also being National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day. Did I mention this stack does not have protein powder’s artificial taste? If you do not trust me, I urge you to try this recipe and see for yourself! You will not be disappointed. Servings: 1 Time: […]

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Reese’s peanut butter muffins

February 22, 2018

Happy “National Cook a Sweet Potato Day!” Sweet potatoes are pretty much life-changing with how they can be incorporated into any dish. Better yet, these beta-carotene-packed root vegetables can be hidden in muffins to give the perfect touch of sweetness without seeming like you are eating vegetables. Servings: 4 muffins Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook […]

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