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A holiday treat: Cocoa bliss balls

I was saving this recipe for the future, but the holidays are all about sharing, so I thought I would give you one of my favorite recipes as an early Christmas gift! [...]

December 7, 2017 Spoonful Delights

Pumpkin pie pancakes

Find a use for that leftover pumpkin pie just sitting in your fridge. [...]

November 30, 2017 Columns, Opinion, Spoonful Delights

Asian-inspired chicken noodle soup

It is no surprise that the winds have taken a turn for the colder side. With temperatures dropping, the oversized hoodies, boots, and beanies have made an appearance, but we cannot forget about the comfort foods that are also bound [...]

November 9, 2017 Spoonful Delights

Six must-haves for any kitchen

Now that a couple of weeks have gone by since school started, hopefully we are beginning to settle into our new living situations. Whether you are living on or off campus, I think we could all benefit from having some [...]

September 28, 2017 Columns, Opinion

Movies so bad…they’re good

We have heard this statement many times before when talking about people’s favorite films. “It’s just so bad that it’s fun.” With the release of Fifty Shades: Darker, this statement stands the test of time. I remember sitting at Sandspur [...]

February 23, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Best of Winter Park, Columns, Nicks' Picks, Opinion, Staff Picks

Study abroad: club, cards, and overcommitting

Back in Freshers’ Week, we attended the Freshers’ Fair, where clubs—or “societies,” as everyone here calls them—set up tables to recruit new members in the Student Union building. Well, clubs and students advertised inside and outside two buildings, around a [...]

December 1, 2016 Columns, Opinion, Tars Abroad

Trump vs. Clinton vs. Brexit

As we write this, we still await our absentee ballots to vote in the upcoming presidential election. We both filled out and mailed in all the appropriate paperwork, and we obsessively pop into the porter’s office to see if they’ve [...]

November 3, 2016 Columns, Tars Abroad

Familiar faces in an unfamiliar setting

After living and travelling in England for almost eight weeks, we compare and contrast our international experiences with our lives in America more and more. Since both of us have lived in the States our entire lives, coming to Britain [...]

October 27, 2016 Columns, Opinion, Tars Abroad

A frontline report of Fresher’s Week

Think Rollins has an intense orientation week for incoming freshmen? Nope. Nope, not at all. We Americans are tame in comparison to the English tradition of Fresher’s Week. We were taken by surprise at how hard England goes when it [...]

October 20, 2016 Columns, Opinion, Tars Abroad

Around London in eight days

Mind the gap. Actually, just mind London in general. Unless, of course, you have slowly been gaining study abroad experience like we have and are totally ready to tackle London head-on (not really, but, we tried). So, what exactly is [...]

October 5, 2016 Columns, Opinion, Tars Abroad