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Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yingyee Xiong
Jan 14, 2020
In the midst of my busy schedule, sometimes I have to take in the moment and enjoy myself. In this article, here are 10 simple things that I like to do that bring me joy in my life.

Culture

Culture

Valentina Vang
Jan 13, 2020
Is there something in your life you're passionate about? Something in your life you dedicated your all in? For me, it was dance. Dancing has always been a part of my life since I was a little girl. I danced while I was at my happiest, I danced while I was at my lowest, and I even danced in my sleep. That's how much dance meant to me. While dancing gave me joy, being a part of a team and dance community affected me in both positive and negative ways. It may be the people that can disturb our happiness, but there's also benefits to working with a group of people such as, life lessons and astonishing experiences.

Culture

Culture

Valentina Vang
Jan 11, 2020
Enculturation is the process by which people learn the dynamics of their surrounding culture and acquire values and norms appropriate or necessary in that culture and worldviews. I will be revealing my religious identity and how going through this enculturation affected my life. I hope to reach other Christians that may relate with my story, and/or show non-Christians how I live as a Christian. There are many different outlooks on what a Christian may be, but what matters most is what is true to you and following your own values in a healthy way. Therefore, I hope sharing how I became a true Christian impacts you in a positive and motivational way.

Earth Chatter

Earth Chatter

Brooke Bowser
Jan 11, 2020
On January 11, 1887, Leopold was born. 133 years later, we still celebrate the remarkable legacy of one of the United State’s most influential leaders in wilderness conservation.

Simply Science

Simply Science

Brooke Bowser
Jan 10, 2020
We’ve all fallen victim to their painful attacks while cooking. At some point in your life, you have likely have found yourself standing in the kitchen with uncontrolled tears streaming down your face. The cause for your pain and distress? Onions. But how can a simple vegetable cause such a reaction?

Education

Education

Elizabeth Yang
Jan 3, 2020
Here's a recap of the good and the bad in 2019, and my goals for 2020. Hopefully this will help you find confidence and achievement in yours.

Earth Chatter

Earth Chatter

Brooke Bowser
Jan 5, 2020
The UW-Madison chapter of the National Food Recovery Network established a new method of food recovery to further reduce the amount of food wasted on campus. Not only is this a great step for waste reduction, but it also provides a solution to food insecurity.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yingyee Xiong
Jan 5, 2020
The LOA (Law of Attraction) is the belief that the universe creates and provides for you based on your thoughts and what you put out into the universe. Many have been skeptical of LOA and believe that it doesn't work but it is about your mindset and what you believe. In today’s article, I will be talking about LOA and how you can put LOA into your everyday life as well.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yingyee Xiong
Jan 3, 2020
Here I am, finally sitting down and looking back at 2019. To be honest, as everyone was recapping on their 2019 on the last day, I didn’t want to look back on it. I knew that if I did, I would have to go through the pain, trauma, and the tears again. Instead of reflecting the ups and downs of 2019 (there were many downs), here is a letter of goodbye to 2019. A year that had hurt yet helped me grow.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yingyee Xiong
Dec 28, 2019
At the end of every year we always seem to make a New Years Resolution but never stick with it. For this year I want to challenge myself and create a list of resolutions and maintain them.