Image of a red ox, with various New Years festivities around him such as food, fireworks, and lanterns.

Year of the Ox Officially Begins: New Year Traditions Mark The End of Holiday

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Yesterday was the Spring Lantern Festival, marking the end of Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations. The holiday (Lunar New Year) itself lasts two weeks. The lantern festival is a fitting way to conclude the holiday. … Continue reading Year of the Ox Officially Begins: New Year Traditions Mark The End of Holiday

Limes, Onions,Lettuce, Chicken all placed around and in a black bowl on a brown wood table.

How to eat healthy as a broke college student on a budget during COVID-19

By Rey BanuelosKTSW Guest Writer The stereotypical broke college student diet can be imagined as preservative-rich off-brand Doritos for lunch and 3-minute microwavable ramen for dinner. The nutritional value of eating those is horrendous. The notion that being a poor … Continue reading How to eat healthy as a broke college student on a budget during COVID-19

Close-up image of a small key lime pie in a tart shell next to a spoon.

Let’s Get this Bread— Why Young Adults are Turning to their Ovens

By Lauren RabalaisWeb Content Contributor Lately, I’ve seen an outrageous amount of people lamenting over their sorry attempts at making sourdough with their depressing pictures of dense, rock-hard bread bricks. And, on the flipside, I’ve seen many lovely, fluffy loaves … Continue reading Let’s Get this Bread— Why Young Adults are Turning to their Ovens