When the trees are beginning to bud their leaves, people are mowing their lawns and it’s starting to rain rather than snow, you know what that means? Summer is getting closer in Buffalo! It’s been an up and down winter this year, but we made it through another snowstorm! As the weather turns warmer, everyone becomes eager with what to do during their free … Continue reading Summertime is (Almost) here!
If there is one thing in college that I cannot stress enough, it is that internships are one of the most important parts of college. Nothing breaks my heart more than when I ask someone between sophomore and junior year on how the internship application process is going, and they tell me they haven’t started looking-internships are essential in college. Now, I know what … Continue reading Internships 101: tips for success
If you know me, you know I’m a sucker for Disney animated movies. When I heard that Beauty and the Beast was going to be created into a live-action film, I practically had a countdown going on waiting for the day it hit theaters. On Wednesday night, I packed up my gaggle of friends and we made our way to Regal Cinemas of Transit Road … Continue reading A tale as old as time in the new Beauty and the Beast Film
Wednesday, Feb. 22 marked the 90th anniversary for Ted’s Hot Dogs. To celebrate the occasion, the nine locations throughout Western New York sold hot dogs for 90 cents to represent the longtime success of the business. When I heard about this special day, I realized I know nothing about the business besides what’s on the menu. I’ve lived in Buffalo all my life, yet never … Continue reading Happy birthday to a piece of Buffalo culture, Ted’s Hot Dogs!
I’m not someone who enjoys going to the movies because of high prices for tickets and snacks that I could make in the comfort of my home. However, when I saw the previews for Split, I had to break open my piggy bank and splurge. Wednesday night I went with friends to Regal at the Walden Galleria mall, bought a small popcorn (with butter … Continue reading Movie Review: Split Personalities in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split