We all love amusement parks! The thrilling rides, the adventures and just all-around fun when you go. It’s supposed to...
Grab your passport.
When can this be illegalized everywhere else?
A rogue police officer, a king's remains and David Beckhan in his under garments, round out this week's current events cheat sheet.
Happy Monday! (That was semi-sarcastic.) I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving, full of delicious food and low on family awkwardness (hey, a girl can dream). This week's news is dominated by Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, but I did my best to dig out the other stories. Read on!
To him, models at the moment are "not that skinny," but it's still not okay for the average woman to carry a little extra weight in his opinion. Has he seen the models on the runway?
Unfortunately, I won't be able to explore the corners of the earth just yet, but you can flip through this gallery to see some amazing locations from different parts of the world.
How is it that nothing is blooming and I still have terrible allergies? Anyway. Here are the week's top stories.
In Australia, the ultimate fantasy man-cation is about to become a reality. The Lynx lodge, a male-only resort boasting on-staff models and a list of cringe-worthy activities, is opening this November. Now you can send your boyfriend, brother, and dad to play Twister with gorgeous Aussie girls, sit front row at a mud-wrestling match, and then embark on manly sporting endeavors like golf and fishing.
Spending the summer abroad can be a lot of fun, but being abroad for awhile can start to take its toll on you when traveling around a foreign country. While I had the best time studying at Kingston University in London this summer, I also broadened my cultural horizons and learned a few things about traveling and surviving in a foreign country.
've always tried to be a good American. I've lived each and every day by the words of the good book: the Declaration of Independence. It guides the deeds I do, the words I write, the kicks I wear. But every Fourth of July, I get stuck.
I've officially been re-bitten by the travel bug. During the school year my traveling urges go into a slight hibernation as I am far too busy getting my study on to dream of far off places and the trips I'd like to take. There are times, though, when my studies get too boring and I find myself planning imaginary trips to London, England or Walt Disney World.
It’s true that upperclassmen tend to look down their noses at freshmen, particularly early in the year when they’re wet...