Author: Chris Hardwick

Comic book movie calendar

By Chris Hardwick   Studios have been coming forward and making huge announcements regarding future comic book adaptations. On Oct. 15, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara announced movies based on DC Comics characters to be released until 2020. In response, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige […]

The rise of comic-book adaptations

The rise of comic-book adaptations

By Chris Hardwick   Comic books are flying off the shelves and blowing up on the big screen, hitting audiences with adaptation after adaptation and producing huge box office numbers.   Joss Whedon’s The Avengers set the record for highest domestic weekend gross, raking in […]

Vegan Rice Pudding

Vegan Rice Pudding

By Pauline Yang   Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to miss out on this creamy dessert. Some recipes for rice pudding are already vegan, like the Puerto Rican style, which is made with coconut milk. Others can be easily adjusted by simply substituting soy […]

Three Healthy Lifestyle Apps

  By Danielle James   Use these apps to keep you on track not only on break, but throughout the year. 1) My Fitness Pal- It’s a free app that allows you to track your calories and exercise. It acts as a food diary on […]

Healthy holiday desserts

By Danielle James     Pumpkin Pie Pudding from MyRecipes.com   Ingredients 1/2 cup sugar, divided 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 3/4 cups 1% low-fat milk 1 large egg 1/2 cup canned unsweetened pumpkin 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/8 […]

Healthy Holiday Habits

Healthy Holiday Habits

WINTER BREAK IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING. WHAT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO? PHOTO CREDIT: DANIELLE JAMES By Danielle James According to delish.com, the average person will consume between 2000 and 2500 calories a day during the holiday season. A survey conducted by the United States […]

I Just wanted to say thank you

I Just wanted to say thank you

MY GRANDFATHER KANAK VINCENT RAJAN AND I CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS TOGETHER IN 2009.    By Siya Rajan   One summer, when I was maybe 10 years old, my grandfather – I called him thata – put a typewriter down in front of me and said, “go on, […]

My Unexpected Freshman Year

My Unexpected Freshman Year

By Natalie Haber   My freshman year of college was not what I thought it would be.  After graduating high school, I was ready to move onto to a different chapter of life. I craved something new; I felt life had become the same old […]

A blank slate

A blank slate

By Kimaya Singh   The hot pink of the Gamma Phi Beta letters stood in stark contrast to the white wall behind it.   It was a late Sunday evening and I had just gotten home from my sorority’s chapter meeting when I found myself […]

Why the holidays don’t mean as much to me anymore

Why the holidays don’t mean as much to me anymore

By Jillian Fernandez   It took three words to change my entire life.   “She has cancer.”   Who knew such a brief phrase could have such a heavy impact? Tears slowly streamed down my face as I realized what it meant. This disheartening phrase […]