Social media director Elle Daniel analyzes the cultural significance of gold in East African Culture.
Surrounded by hundreds of people, but alone. Told you have support only to feel discarded. This is how it feels to be a STEM student at UNC-Chapel Hill. Forced to choose between compromising a dream or changing schools. New town, new room, new friends and a new schedule. It’s no secret that the transition to […]
For over a decade, explorer Dan Buettner studied regions around the world with the longest-living populations and lowest rates of chronic illness. After multiple expeditions with National Geographic and a team of scientists, Buettner identified five regions where people live the longest, healthiest and happiest lives. He dubbed them the Blue Zones: Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, […]
Although it only ran for a mere two seasons, the short-lived murder-mystery series gained a devoted cult following for its distinctive cinematography and eerie elements. “Twin Peaks” celebrated its 31st anniversary on April 8, and with it, presented the question: Why is TV so obsessed with Dead Girls?
As you abide through the last of windy autumn with thick scarves and knit sweaters, finally breaking out the pea coats and down puffers at the turn of December— and maybe a pair of mittens in preparation for the below-zero months to come— you might be struck with a strange feeling as you bundle up […]
Even on a gloomy, snowy Friday, the city of Concord, N.C., is bustling with people. Behind a QT gas station and nestled in a small shopping center on the outskirts of the city, there is a little boutique called EmLeigh’s and Mama B’s.
My life is a never-ending search for the perfect pair of flats, and while I’ve found some pretty comfortable pairs here and there, my feet had never felt the bliss that is Margaux – until last week.
Each week our team roams the streets to find locals wearing styles we appreciate. Here are some of our favorites.
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