Tag: food & drink

The Weekly Digest: 20-27th May

The Weekly Digest: 20-27th May

The Weekly Digest is a round-up of our (and your!) favorite posts of the week, highlighted together and split by activity for your weekend enjoyment. READ: Literature Editor Olivia tackles Elif Batuman’s The Idiot, a culturally rich novel that explores the uncertainty of university life.   RESIST: […]

Whiskey Sour: A Two Part Recipe

Whiskey Sour: A Two Part Recipe

If you type the words “whiskey sour” into your YouTube search bar, you might come across various clips touting titles such as, “The Best Whiskey Sour,”¹ “Everything You Think You Know About Whiskey Sours is Wrong,”² and my personal favorite, “Top Ten Cocktails for Men.”³ […]

The Weekly Digest : 6-12th May, 2017

The Weekly Digest : 6-12th May, 2017

The Weekly Digest is a round-up of our (and your! ) favorite posts of the week, highlighted together and split by activity for your weekend enjoyment.

READ:

Literature Editor Olivia’s rediscovery of The Handmaid’s Tale, both through print and on screen.

RESIST:

Political Editor Lauren’s thoughtful criticism of Ivanka Trump

BAND TOGETHER:

An unfortunate public appearance causes Feminism & Women’s Issues Editor Amy to question what it means for Theresa May to call herself a feminist

REFLECT:

Beauty Editor Rory’s journey to finding the perfect perfume

Bonus! Don’t know what to do for Mother’s Day tomorrow? Why not find something on Lee’s gift guide or make her Olivia’s Spicy Banana Bread

Stay tuned for more exciting new posts this week, and be sure to find us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter in the meantime! 

 

Introducing: The Weekly Digest

Introducing: The Weekly Digest

The Weekly Digest is a round-up of our (and your! ) favorite posts of the week, highlighted together and split by activity for your weekend enjoyment.  READ: A lifelong search for female-driven literature inspires Co-Founder Olivia’s opening address. RESIST: Political Co-Editor Lauren’s advice for balancing […]

A Toast To New

A Toast To New

“I am at once both a blasphemous heathen and a purist snob,” I said to my housemate as I cooked a dinner of Croque Madames. My sins? Unable to find gruyère, I had substituted a different, white, melty cheese. In favor of laziness, I had […]