Growing Up Grunge: Why I’m Grateful For My Dad’s Music Taste (February 2021)

Most of us reading HerCampus probably have Gen X parents. We lived the dream as young kids. Hot dogs and mac & cheese for dinner because it’s all our parents learned to cook in the ‘90s. Trips to the park in the double stroller. Raffi and The Wiggles blasting from a real stereo. Our parentsContinue reading “Growing Up Grunge: Why I’m Grateful For My Dad’s Music Taste (February 2021)”

Why I’m Rewatching Gilmore Girls (April 2020)

I feel like I get into Netflix ruts quite frequently. I finish a series and have no clue what I want to watch next. So the browsing begins…reading synopsis after synopsis, watching trailers. I must spend 30 minutes trying to choose a new show and by the time I do…I’m bored and take a nap.Continue reading “Why I’m Rewatching Gilmore Girls (April 2020)”

20 Lessons for 20 Years (October 2020)

On October 20, 2020, I turned 20 years old. I guess entering a second decade isn’t a huge deal for everyone, but I really appreciate this milestone in my life. Over the past week, I have taken some time to reflect and formulate this list of lessons. I guess this is an open letter toContinue reading “20 Lessons for 20 Years (October 2020)”

Let’s Talk About It: Nutrition & Mental Health (February 2021)

Food is fuel, we all know this already. What if I told you that everything you eat directly affects your emotional and mental health? What if I told you that food can be psychiatric medicine? I’m not a registered dietitian, but I have been fortunate to spend the last three years of my academic careerContinue reading “Let’s Talk About It: Nutrition & Mental Health (February 2021)”

Gratefulness 101: a course we should all register for (September 2020)

  We are two weeks back at school. Classes are in full swing, Canvas is overflowing. The Vermont chill comes at night and then lingers into the morning. But things have changed on campus. With COVID-19, I feel like getting into the groove of coursework has been more challenging than in past semesters. Everyday IContinue reading “Gratefulness 101: a course we should all register for (September 2020)”

It’s a Kardashian World and We’re Just Living In It (May 2021)

Cancel culture is arguably a product of boredom. It’s kind of funny that we have the audacity to end someone’s career by initiating a twitter thread. When I consider famous people who’ve been cancelled, one family comes to mind: The Kardashians. Everytime we think they can’t get any bigger, brighter, more influential…they surprise us yetContinue reading “It’s a Kardashian World and We’re Just Living In It (May 2021)”