→ February 13, 2013
Away from home, many freshman are tempted by unlimited bagels, pasta and late-night pizza. Especially, after being home for the holidays, it is easy to fall into a rut when you get back to school. The result? An unwanted weight gain, better known as the “Freshman 15”. According to Rachel Berman, the Director of Nutrition for CalorieCount.com, the dreaded Freshman 15 does’t have to be so. Rachel helps guide students by sharing helpful tips, portion sizes and healthy meal and beverage ideas.
→ January 9, 2012
College is a time of late nights and skinny wallets. After spending so much money on “books and classes,” a college student generally decides what’s for dinner by determining the best thing they can buy with loose change from around the house. Just because you may be lacking in the money department doesn’t mean you can’t eat like royalty. Here are two quick, cheap ideas on how to make some gourmet grub in your dorm or apartment.
→ November 17, 2011
While some say that President Lincoln was the first to take part in this laughable, needless tradition, the first “official” Presidential Turkey pardon occurred in 1947 when President Truman pardoned a turkey presented to him by the National Turkey Federation.
→ October 21, 2011
CT's giving you the chance to win a free trip to Halloween Horror Nights 2011!
→ August 12, 2011
Churros. Breaded Steak. Chicken Fricassee. Corquettes. Fried Cassava. Fresh Papaya Juice.
→ July 26, 2011
By now you've probably held auditions for you summer fling and narrowed it down to a few potentials. What better way to weed out the willing and worthwhile from the wretched and woe begone than a fancy night out on the town.
→ June 27, 2011
Pizza, Chinese food, hamburgers and takeout are all foods on the official college diet. With schedules as hectic as they are, spending hours on studying and working part-time jobs, the majority of students simply don’t have the time to worry about eating right. However, as most of us know, over time these poor choices in food begin to show. A perfect example of this is the countless number of students who put on an extra fifteen pounds their freshman year; better known as the “Freshman Fifteen.” Here are a few tips that will help you stay healthier and cut down on your calories, without having to be a disciplined dieter.
→ June 18, 2011
It’s a recession. Times are tough. Your dollar just doesn’t get you as many chicken nuggets off the value menu as it used to. In the mess of an economical climate that it is today, more and more graduates are not landing jobs after college, which can lead to the assumption that going to college in the first place was a bad financial decision. Truth is, people are just too pessimistic and uncreative to see the plus side of earning your degree despite the unemployment numbers. So if you find yourself trying to defend your lack of employment post graduation, support your decision by trying out one of these, shall we say, artfully worded explanations?
→ November 18, 2010
We tend to prefer many of our things on the hotter side. For instance, our weather, our women… and don’t forget our food! With that in mind, here are the five hottest ingredients known to man. Don’t worry… Frank eats most of these things on a regular basis and he’s perfectly fine.
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→ September 27, 2010
For the past nineteen years he’s been the master behind every scream. Now, he finally takes control to reign over a new age of darkness –– and the thing you most have to fear is… FEAR himself! The nation’s premier annual Halloween event takes terror to a whole new level as you experience Halloween Horror [...]