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Because You Always Need School Spirit…Introducing Shirts by Soph

Meet the incredibly awesome Sophia Fabian. This University of Maryland #girlboss is looking to push the envelope on your spirit wear, coming up with new looks that are edgy and different. Be sure to check out @shirtsby_soph. We’re obsessed. You will be too! What inspired you to start Shirts by Soph? I was inspired this […]

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What Do You Mean I Can’t Go Back, by Rachel Berglass

For the past eleven years,  I have truly lived 10 months for 2. Living 10 for 2 meant that I ate, slept and breathed sleep away camp 24/7.  Ever since my parents dropped me off at camp in 2005 until this upcoming summer, there was never a single doubt in my mind that I wanted […]

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The Semester Finale – Our Antidote to Finals Week by Stefie Sabar

With finals week here or just around the corner, many of us find ourselves in a panic. Stress, anxiety, panic-all hover over our heads making us feel helpless. Our lives for the next couple of weeks are going to consist of long nights in the library, cramming in every free hour to study and do […]

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An Ode To Our Furry Friends by Stefanie Sabar, University of Maryland

You know that feeling when you’ve had a really busy and stressful day, and you just can’t wait to get home, change into sweats, order in some food, and watch TV on the couch? You’re about 1 hour away from leaving class, work, or whatever it may be that you’re doing and the only thing […]

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A Study Break Without Food!! by Rachel Brief, SFTL Contributing Writer

School is in full swing, the workload is pilin’ up, which means one thing: STRESS! I used to be an emotional eater. In a tough situation, I would automatically turn to food without truly evaluating how I was really feeling.  When I was stressed about an assignment or a huge exam, I would freeze and […]

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You Do You Honey, by Stefanie Sabar, SFTL Contributing Writer

When we were younger, we were always told to be our own person, to be independent, and to be a leader-not a follower. They’re true words of advice, don’t get me wrong, but as I get older, I’m starting to feel more pressure to follow society’s path that everyone else seems to be on. But […]