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A night in Seoul: How to drink soju

A night in Seoul: How to drink soju

TK Hwang, Contributor

March 8, 2016


Filed under Features, Food/Health, Lifestyle, Travel

Soju translates to "burn liquor" and has been declared the largest-selling alcohol in the world, with sales of 71 million cases worldwide in 2014. So, why haven't you tried it?

Coo-coo for coconuts

Coo-coo for coconuts

Alex Pigeon, Writer

March 2, 2016


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle, Showcase

What does coconut oil do, you may ask? Well, the better question is, what doesn't it do?

Why it’s time to cut ties with sugar

Why it’s time to cut ties with sugar

Ericka Rofino, Contributor

February 25, 2016


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

For a little over two months now, I have been completely sugar free.

What I learned when I said ‘yes’ to spin class

What I learned when I said ‘yes’ to spin class

Lauren Woods, Lifestyle Editor

February 12, 2016


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

The second we started pedaling my butt went numb, but that was to be expected. What I wasn't expecting was how quickly I started sweating and gasping for air.

Get back into shape with UMass group fitness

Get back into shape with UMass group fitness

Alexandra Pigeon, Writer

November 30, 2015


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

Here's the inside scoop the best group fitness classes at the Rec Center.

How to plan your first Friendsgiving

How to plan your first Friendsgiving

Kate Ferrante, Amherst Wire TV Producer

November 18, 2015


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

Think of it as a Thanksgiving pregame.

LimeRed TeaHouse brews best bubble tea in town

LimeRed TeaHouse brews best bubble tea in town

Hae Young Yoo, Editor in Chief

April 1, 2015


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

A customer starts by picking a base, either bubble tea or milk tea, and deciding if he wants it hot or cold.

New England’s new brews: fall offers a variety of seasonal beers

New England’s new brews: fall offers a variety of seasonal beers

Paul Bagnall, Writer

November 5, 2014


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

Fall in New England means football season, ripe apples, and a grand selection of seasonal beers to pick up as the leaves change colors.

What kind of milk will you leave for Santa?

What kind of milk will you leave for Santa?

Hae Young Yoo, Editor in Chief

December 15, 2013


Filed under Food/Health, Lifestyle

This year, give Santa something new to try. Instead of regular old cow’s milk, surprise Santa with one of the many delicious and nutritious varieties of non-dairy milk.

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