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The lifestyle page has a little bit of everything and could be considered “magazine-like.” Popular topics discussed on this page range from relationships, style guides, and aspects of student life all from a fresh and light perspective.

Fun Fall Festivities

Written by Zach “Why is it Fall and Autumn” Dalton Last issue we wrote about how Fall is officially here. Well now that the weather...

Fall Into Men’s Fashion

Written by Zach “I’m No Fashion Expert” Dalton Autumn is here which means there is a whole new set of fashion. I know what you’re...

Blocking Does Nothing

Written by Mia Shelton Are you a fresh wound trying to heal from a blister of a relationship? Before you grab your phone and charge...

Fall Fashionista: Women’s Edition

Written by Kaelyn Spickler Fall is here ladies, which means it’s time to bring back out the flannels, chunky sweaters, and boots! And, for the...

Lessons from The Bachelor- From a Major Fangirl: Episode 3

Written by Kaelyn Spickler As we know, I’m a big Bachelor franchise fan. I feel like that has been said on repeat here in the...

Bored of Being Bored?

Written by Mia Shelton Aren’t you bored of being bored? Sure there is probably a lot that needs to get done- cleaning, schoolwork, zoom meetings...

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (to Return to Campus)

Written by Zach “I’m Happy to be Off-Campus” Dalton In the wake of President Maxey’s announcement on September 4th many students are eagerly packing to...

Episode 2: Lessons from The Bachelor – From a Major Fangirl

Written by Kaelyn Spickler As we know, I’m a big Bachelor franchise fan. I feel like that has been said on repeat here in the...

Quarantine Social Experiment

Written by Kaelyn Spickler For the last week I have been in quarantine, but I have not been bored! You might be wondering how this...

Don’t Hinder Your Tinder

Written by Mia Shelton Your Tinder profile can say a lot about you, and that’s its purpose. There is a lot of stress concerning dating...

Zoom’s Online-fied School Survival Guide

Written by Zach “Have You Heard of Microsoft Teams” Dalton Well, here we are. Zoom’s stocks have skyrocketed and motivation to do online schooling has...

Lessons from The Bachelor- From a Major Fangirl

Written by Kaelyn Spickler To say the least, I’m a big Bachelor franchise fan. I feel like that has been said on repeat here in...

A Note from Your Editor Regarding This Semester

Written by Kaelyn Spickler Here’s the deal: there’s a lot going on this semester, but that isn’t news to anyone. First, I want to start with...

What You’re Made Of

Written by Kaelyn Spickler Whether they be August 2019 graduates, December 2019 graduates, or May 2020 graduates, there will be 428 Roanoke College students eligible...

Tips to you from Roanoke College Alumni

Written by Kaelyn Spickler The post-grad world can be scary, intimidating, or uncertain for any graduate. With your well-earned college degree, you have paved your...

Dear Ol’ Roanoke Served You Well

Written by Zachary Dalton The time you’ve been dreading, or anticipating, has come. After four years, give or take, of hard work, hastily written papers,...

Dear Brackety-Ack…

Written by Madalyn Chapman, Business Manager I don’t know how to begin this letter. I’ve drafted parts of it in my head time and time...

The Importance of Immediacy

Written by Madalyn Chapman, Coffee Connoisseur If COVID-19 has taught us anything, one of the most important things should be the importance of immediacy. College...

Spring Flings Are Canceled

Written by Kaelyn Spickler, Chris Harrison's Future Replacement COVID-19 has certainly flipped everyone’s world upside down. It has impacted so many things, and so many...

Social Media Overload: Chains, Challenges, and Quizzes

Written by Kaelyn Spickler In the last week there has been an overload of social media posts, trends, and memes. For some, this may be...