Postmarked: Alaska

481 Views 0 Comment
This past weekend I went to the zoo! Although it is not the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska (the largest zoo in the world according to Tourtopia), it was nice to explore more of Alaska. While at the zoo I saw dozens of native Alaskan animals. Otters, moose, and bears… oh my! The zoo […]

Postmarked: Alaska

446 Views 0 Comment
Remember that old quote? I think it went something like, “You can never have too much of a good thing.” Well I beg to differ. Here in Alaska, they have what you call comfort food. Chicken fried steak smothered in gravy, piles of reindeer sausage (sorry Rudolf), and my personal favorite, delicious artisan pizza. By […]

Postmarked: Alaska

487 Views 0 Comment
My favorite movie is UP. If none of you have ever heard of this cinematic masterpiece, educate yourselves on this delightful Disney work of art. A quick synopsis of the movie is as follows: a very old, very grumpy man refuses to go to a nursing home, so he turns his house into an aircraft […]

“Wife Material” and the Perception of Others

707 Views 0 Comment
tldr; “Just be yourself, you are wonderful and no one is going to fault you for just being yourself.” I’ve been thinking… wife material, what constitutes being “wife” material? The answer is nothing at all. This one is for all of you women who think you are not “wife” material. I am here to tell you […]

Nostalgia, Dancing, Friendship and Food at International Night

2025 Views 0 Comment
If you ever wanted to travel the world in one day, Gannon’s annual International Night celebration is for you. Between the food, the music, and the company, International Night is always a favorite on campus. If food is something that brings you an immense sense of joy like it does me, then taste-testing different foods […]

Sabrina’s Traveling Checklist

933 Views 0 Comment
Not going to lie – I am completely terrified. Who wouldn’t be when you are about to travel to a different country and live there for over two months? Traveling to a different country is hard enough. Navigating the airports, attempting to read street signs and trying to learn at least some of the language […]

Breaking Bad habits…

848 Views 0 Comment
We all have them and we all love to hate them. Bad habits can be hard to break, but not impossible. I am here to tell you that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Every one has bad habits and I mean everyone. Whether its nail biting or chewing on pencils […]

A Open Letter For the Struggling Student

1959 Views 0 Comment
For anyone who is struggling this semester – this is for you. I know you may feel tired or lost. It happens to the best of us. Actually, it happens to all of us at least once in our lives. You have no idea how to fix things and that’s okay. No one has all […]

Ranking the Food Bars of Knight’s Cove

749 Views 0 Comment
We all love Knight’s Cove. It’s convenient, the line is short(ish), and its food bar is ever-changing. Today, I am going to rank these specific food bars, which was harder than I thought because I love all food. So here are the five food bars, ranked greatest to least greatest along with a small blurb […]

Valentine’s Day: A Few Things You May Have Missed

904 Views 0 Comment
With Valentine’s Day here, I thought I would discuss some cliche details that most people never bring up. The most important detail to mention is that chocolate is half-off the day after Valentine’s Day. I repeat:  CHOCOLATE IS HALF-OFF. Why more people do not advertise this or talk about it is astounding. Forget getting me […]