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Pintriguing finds-Jamberry nails

Katie Prigge, Life Columnist
April 30, 2015

Jamberry nail wraps have been all over Pinterest and Instagram this year, and I must admit I was a bit scared to try them. I bought my Jamberry sets from my roommate, but you can get them from jamberry.com and there are also hundreds of retired styles available on Ebay. As... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
April 30, 2015

Hello everybody! I’m Ginger the cat, and unfortunately this is the last time you’ll be reading me this semester. I know, I know! You’re probably very sad about that and so am I, but you just have to remember the good times. I hope you’ve had fun reading this column,... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
April 27, 2015

ZZzzzZZzzz….Uh what’s that…oh…hello everybody. I’m Ginger…I’m a cat. Sorry that wasn’t my usual enthusiastic hello…you caught me napping. I’ve been feeling tired all the time lately. It’s all this schoolwork. I don’t know how you college kids do it,... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
April 27, 2015

Hello everybody! Ginger the cat here to share my thoughts, advice and lessons for the week. This week I want to change things up a bit and start off with the advice. No matter what, you have to stay positive, people! Don’t let…. You know what? I can’t do this. I’m... Read more »

Pintriguing finds: coconut oil conditioner

Katie Prigge, Life Columnist
April 27, 2015

Coconut oil has been all over Pinterest for the past few months. I’ve had a jar for a while and have been using it instead of butter on cinnamon bread, and it’s delicious! Yet the most common pins for coconut oil are for using it as a conditioner, which is what I tried this... Read more »

Singer-songwriter makes coffee house swoon

Casey Gallenberger, Life Writer
April 22, 2015

It was dark and stormy on the night of April 20, but UW-Green Bay’s Common Grounds stage featured an artist who was neither dark nor cliché. Michael McEachern brought a heart-felt performance with a blend of original songs and covers. With nothing but his voice and a guitar,... Read more »

Let’s delete cancer

Chelsea Rank, Life Writer
April 2, 2015

What if there was something you could do to significantly impact blood cancer patients? What if you could save their lives with five seconds of your time? On Thursday, March 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. across from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay bookstore, TriBeta sponsored... Read more »

Life According to Ginger

Eli Hughes, Life Columnist
April 2, 2015

Hello everybody! I’m Ginger the cat, and this week I’m trying to be very quiet… Did you hear that? I think she might have found me…no I’m safe for now. Oh yeah, you’re probably wondering what I’m doing inside of a paper bag. Well you see, my friend Mischief had this... Read more »

Pintriguing finds: Pizzadilla

Katie Prigge, Layout Editor
March 31, 2015

To kick off this new feature, I decided to make something I had seen on Pinterest a few weeks ago that seemed like a simple yet brilliant idea; the pizzadilla! A pizzadilla is made like a traditional quesadilla but with Italian ingredients instead of cheddar cheese and salsa. The... Read more »

Happy mardi bra

Chelsea Rank, Life Writer
March 26, 2015

Homeless women in the Green Bay area were asked about their largest unmet need, an overwhelming “feminine hygiene needs” was the response. That’s when the UW-Green Bay campus club “Feminists 4 Action” (F4A) stepped in to help. They have been dedicating the month... Read more »