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at the University of Delaware

Tips for Oily Skin

Skin Care Tips for Oily Skin Oily skin needs as much – if not more – TLC as normal or dry skin types. Read More The CHallenge Over cleansing the face damages dries up your outer layers flesh (though it may not feel like it). At the same time, abandoning to care for the skin […]

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How to Appreciate Valentine’s Day if You’re Single

How to Appreciate Valentine’s Day if You’re Single Read More As yet another Valentine’s Day approaches, you find yourself, once again, bitterly scrolling through anti-cupid memes on Instagram and eating Ben and Jerry’s ice cream that you impulsively purchased from the P.O.D. market. To say that it sucks not having a SO on Valentine’s Day […]

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Perfect Pants: Stylish Alternatives to Jeans

Perfect Pants: Stylish Alternatives to Jeans The start of 2019 brings us new perspectives, new plans . . . and “new” pant styles! After twenty years of wild trend experimenting in the ‘80s-’90s, fashion slowly conformed itself to more simplistic styles until the 2010s. Today, we no longer fear sporting statement pieces and have gone […]

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Bold Lip Shades for Every Skin Tone

BOLD LIP SHADES FOR EVERY SKIN TONE Read More Yeah yeah, we’ve heard it a million times from either our mom, aunt, grandma, best friend, etc., etc., etc. We’re taught from day one this unofficial official rule that your lipstick must compliment, never contrast, your makeup. This is appropriate for the office and meeting your […]

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Business Success Through Sustainability: Patagonia’s Glory in Retail and Environmental Conservation

Patagonia is a go-to for many college students. Relaxed, easy-going merchandise is offered for men and women, and the brand’s emphases in staying active and spending leisure time outdoors attracts a wide range of customers. Patagonia seems to have it all – the name brand, millions of followers on Instagram, appealing apparel, ad an exciting […]

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Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year: Living Coral

” our innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits . . . [and] embodies our desire for playful expression. ” PANTONE LIVING CORAL 2019 has us Saying goodbye to Ultraviolent and welcoming Pantone’s New Color of the Year PANTONE 16-1546 Pantone’s purpose in having a happy-go-lucky feel is for the hue’s energy to translate into […]

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College Hookup Culture: Healthy or Heartbreaking?

Sex and Relationships College Hookup Culture: Healthy or Heartbreaking? some want the “smash and dash” others would rather wait and pass For many students, college means the end of lying to mom and dad about sleepovers with your significant other, romantic interest . . . or person who you met at a party less than […]

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