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When you think of authentic Italian food you probably imagine sitting in a quaint, candle–lit bistro with chefs tossing pizza dough in the back kitchen—not stepping up to a virtual kiosk and tapping on images of pasta. But at DaMò Pasta Lab, Denilo and Monica D’Eugenio are transforming Italian cuisine in a way that maintains the traditional flavor roots of Italy, but also serves up dishes in five to eight minutes.
In the world of modern dating, it seems like there are a plethora of ways to be involved with someone romantically without committing to a relationship: you can hook up exclusively, have a cuddle buddy, or have a friend with benefits. While many sexual interactions have the possibility of becoming something more, the friends with benefits status remains unique in the world of romance because the relationship doesn’t become anything more than just friends. Well, ideally, it doesn’t.
Getting on top of your schedule is not an easy feat. It can seem easy to plan things out, but it’s another monster to keep the momentum going and follow through with all the organizing and planning. Luckily, there is a way: bullet journaling. From Pinterest pages to Instagram accounts, artists and influencers have picked up on the trend. But as intimidating is it may seem, bullet journaling can be made accessible with a couple of pointers.
Whether it's for work or classes, many people find themselves skipping breakfast because—let’s face it—those extra few minutes of sleep are worth it. But, there is nothing worse than that pang of midmorning hunger. So to find a perfect middle ground, here are a few recipes for quick and easy breakfasts that will allow you to still hit snooze while not letting your stomach go empty in the morning.
Yoga is proven to be a therapeutic, strengthening practice that is just as good for your mind as it is for your body. But, if you're too busy with your summer job or class to make it to a studio, look no further than the App Store for a yoga session. I downloaded some yoga apps and tested them out. Here's what I found:
When it comes to friendship, there seems to be certain unofficial—but heavily accepted—rules, but one of the biggest and most important rules is you can NEVER date your friend’s ex.
I hate the idea of body hair on my chest. I hate it so much that every week or so, I take my trusty Gillette razor and spend 10–20 minutes shaving every last hair follicle. But even with precision and time, I would end up always missing a spot. I wouldn't realize it until later, and was always dissatisfied in my quest for a hairless torso. It all changed at the dinner table with my uncle the other week.
When it comes to the world of romance, there seems to be a plethora of eligible bachelors and bachelorettes that are waiting to be swept off their feet by that special someone. But that's just it. They are waiting. There is anxiety that comes with taking initiative, commonly known as “shooting your shot.” As scary as it seems, shooting your shot is something that we should probably get more comfortable with. Let’s face it: if no one takes the initiative, how can anything start in the first place?
With the sun coming out, and Memorial Day having marked the official start of summer, it's time to shed away the paleness of winter and obtain that golden glow you’ve been waiting for all year. While it may seem like the easiest way to tan is to lay outside all day in the sun, don’t be fooled. The sun is more of an enemy than a friend. If you’re looking to get that deep bronze this summer, make sure to follow these tips to not only obtain your desirable color, but also to maintain your health.
Dating your friend seems like the perfect scenario in theory. Two people who have gotten along so well and enjoy each other’s company. But can two friends ever be more, well, more than just friends? And could it ever possibly end up well? The answer to those questions is both yes and no; it just depends on making sure you know what you’re getting into.
In the midst of a steamy hookup, there’s nothing like the feeling of jumping into things right away and throwing all cares away. The mix of intense desire and lust begins to override the brain and leave only one idea in mind—sex. As great as sex can be though, what's often under–appreciated or overlooked is the power of the buildup leading into it, and it’s time that we value the one thing that allows sex to be so great: foreplay.
Ever since I was a little kid, it seemed like the whole world knew I was gay. Well, the whole world except for me. It took me a little while to become comfortable and confident in my sexuality, and after 16 years of figuring things out and some awkward pre–teen phases, I finally came out to the world and confirmed the news that they had already known. Still, I was proud, and that was what mattered. But after announcing my homosexuality to the world, new questions began to circulate in my head, with the most pressing one being: Am I too gay, or not gay enough?
When it’s almost midnight and you’re walking around campus on an empty stomach, nothing seems more tempting than walking into your favorite fast food joint to grab a meal that you will most likely regret 20 minutes later. The prices that come with convenience at many fast food restaurants are the extra calories, high sodium content, and grams of fat from eating fried and processed products. But not all hope is lost. There are ways to make these cheap and easy places somewhat healthy as well, so if you’re looking to count your calories and get your nutrients in while saving money, here’s how to get the best out of the fast food spots on campus.
With Thanksgiving over, the holiday season has officially sprung into full bloom. Pumpkins and leaves are being replaced by candy canes and string lights — and speaking of lights, Philadelphia has come prepared to crank up the Christmas spirit. All around the city, Christmas trees are being hoisted up and decorated, ready to be lit for the public, so if you’re looking to lighten up during this dreary finals season, check out the following Philly tree lighting festivals.
From candies to skin care, CBD oil has been added to many products for its health benefits, which include relieving pain and reducing anxiety. Now, the popular cannabis–based addition has invaded Fuel on 32nd and Chestnut streets. With three new flavors to try and 0.5 ml of CBD oil in them, the restaurant has brought the first CBD oil–infused smoothies to Philadelphia: the Orange Dream, the Berry Dream, and the Green Dream. If you’re looking to get your CBD fix on, here are how Fuel’s newest additions to the cannabis universe taste.
With wintery weather falling upon campus, staying warm is hard to get by no matter the number of layers worn. All may seem cold and dark in the world until the word “ramen” comes to mind—sometimes there's nothing better than a warm bowl of savory broth, noodles, vegetables, and meat.
Fall has truly arrived in Philly. The temperature and leaves are falling, people are breaking out the sweaters and scarves, and Locust Walk looks absolutely scenic. Yet it seems like November is just that month where you either try to prolong Halloweekend for as long as possible or start to make winter break plans.
With the passing of October, the seasonal mood has shifted from jack–o–lanterns and skeletons to a more wintery and jolly spirit, and Dilworth Park is kicking off the holiday spirit with the Fire and Ice Celebration. This weekend, on Saturday Nov. 10, the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute Ice Rink will open for the season, beginning with a fiery twist.
Walking into the gothic style restaurant on the corner of South and 12th Street with giant metallic letters spelling out “Shake Shack,” I found myself in Philly’s fourth and newest location of the highly popular burger chain. Shake Shack is home to the classic Double Burger, Shack Sauce, and crinkle cut fries, but the new spot had some new twists that its fellow locations do not.
I hate to say it, but cows are old news. With the rise of health trends like veganism, it seems like alternatives to food products are created every day, and milk is no exception. Almonds, soy, coconuts, oats—the options have become endless. You shouldn't have to think so hard when deciding what to put in your cereal or latte.