October Archive


The beauty in waiting

Kate Harvey | 09 October 2012
This choice that I made for myself when I was just a girl has certainly tested me, challenged me, and made me think over and over again about what my values are and why I believe what I do. But if I could do it over again, I would. Contrary to popular belief on the matter, my choice to wait for my husband has always made me feel more feminine and lovely, not less so; it has given me an inner peace and an esteem for my own worthiness as a woman; it has taught me the real beauty in self-control, as opposed to the fleeting beauty in passion; it has landed me in the loving arms of a man who makes me very, very happy; and it has enabled me to give him a gift I've given no one else.

Top five fashion trends for Fall 2012

Katie Hinderer | 06 October 2012
Five fashion trends for Fall 2012 to add to your closet.

Changing the voting age

Katie Hinderer | 05 October 2012
I started asking high schoolers and every single one told me they didn’t want the vote. They didn’t want the burden. They didn’t think they were smart enough to make an informed decision. And, perhaps even more telling, they didn’t care.

September Archive


Ignorance: innocent or inexcusable

Katie Hinderer | 28 September 2012
I see much more clearly the importance of researching the facts others give us before handing them on to others as fact. There is so much misleading information out there, most of which can be cleared up with a little legwork on our part.

2013 Spring trends from New York fashion week

Katie Hinderer | 22 September 2012
The spring and summer trends for 2013, according to the New York Fashion Week runways.

Australia style Spring and Summer 2013

Janet Sahm | 20 September 2012
Next season promises to be easy breezy, clothes and all. Here’s a roundup of our favorite Australian trends and designers we hope to see stateside soon!

The useless people in our lives

Bernard Toutounji | 19 September 2012
Admittedly it can be difficult to embrace those who will make our life harder, but the mark of any of us is how we embrace the weak and those whom no one else will love.

Women’s clothing and the blame game

Janet Sahm | 07 September 2012
Without saying a word, what you wear influences how people respond to your beauty. Perhaps it’s not that bikinis reveal too much, but too little.

Chastity in the sporting world

Katie Hinderer | 06 September 2012
Tim Tebow is the type of sports figure we should admire. Forget the ones living with celebrity-models. Tebow’s the real deal.

August Archive


From my wedding to our wedding

Bernard Toutounji | 26 August 2012
However as I have learnt recently a wedding is the celebration of two people and for that reason I think I see why it can be an excellent part of the preparation process, because it requires discussion and compromise.

What I wish I knew as a college freshman

Katie Hinderer | 24 August 2012
My advice to college freshman, or better yet, what I wish I knew back then

The abnormality of a virgin marriage

Katie Hinderer | 22 August 2012
My friend went on to tell me all the weddings she had been to between two virgins had been strange and awkward because the two parties had no idea what they were getting themselves into. She saw it as irresponsible and something only a religious nut would blindly attempt.

Do we admire integrity or the medal?

Katie Hinderer | 20 August 2012
Cameron van der Burgh, who took the gold medal in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke event, breaking a record in the process? What makes his story even more interesting… he admitted to cheating in order to secure his position at the top of the podium.

Ivy League brain on bikinis

Carolyn Moynihan | 14 August 2012
Is it immodest to wear a bikini? What a neurology study found.

How much time do you spend watching TV?

Katie Hinderer | 07 August 2012
In the month of June, Netflix users watched 1 billion hours of video, which comes to more than an hour of viewing per user per day!



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