Known as one of the greatest actresses during the golden age of Hollywood, Debbie Reynolds died tragically of a stroke on December 28, a day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, passed away. Reynolds had a film career spanning more than 60 years, starring in classics such as Singin' in the Rain and Tammy and the Bachelor. She was known to younger generations as the lovable grandmother Aggie Cromwell in the Halloweentown films on Disney Channel. Reynolds was one of the most timeless actresses on the silver screen, and will be greatly missed
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Instead of studying like I intended on doing today, I made a face mask for some reason and thought I'd share how I did.
If you were looking for a simple way to make a mask, I am happy to share how I personally make them. I have a pretty small face in general, so I prefer having my homemade ones so they fit better. This is also a great alternative to just throwing away any clothes! Before starting, you will need to make sure you have fabric, thread, a needle, and pins; if you have a sewing machine, you obviously could use that instead of hand sewing it.
Oh so this was the room where I snuck cookies upstairs past my bedtime and stole R-Rated movies to watch when my parents were asleep and now I'm expected to earn my degree in this very same room?
It's definitely not easy, but it's something so many kids are struggling with right now.
What better way to get into the Thanksgiving spirit?
November is such an underrated month. With all the excitement that comes with Halloween ending and the holiday season around the corner, some people skip over it and go straight to their Christmas playlist. For me though, November is the perfect time to compile a playlist of songs that bring on major nostalgia which I think is perfect for this time of year. If you're looking for something to get you in that thankful spirit before you head into the Christmas spirit or something to play while you enjoy Friendsgiving, here are some go-to songs to add to your November playlist.
Or did she?
Taylor Swift is famous for her Easter eggs on social media that hint at what is coming next for her. Over the past few days, fans noticed a change in Swift's hair when she was accepting her win as Apple's songwriter of the year that was reminiscent of the "Red" era. Of course, this has caused widespread speculation that Swift has begun to re-record her masters.
You deserve it. You always deserve it.
While joyful, the holiday season can also be stressful for many and that's A-O.K. Plus, with the added tension that is 2020, this year's holiday season is a lot, to put it simply.
This is your reminder to put yourself first and listen to what you're yearning for. Deep down, you know what you need to thrive and I know that you can get there.
Open When Letters are letters you can give to your special someone.
Stuck on what to get the person you love the most?
And, well, let's be honest, is hard to shop for? Well then, why not send them some Open When Letters?
We will make it through this year with the help of hope and country music.
My obsession with country music is easily one of my best personality traits.
I've grown up on country music, and it's always been a huge part of my life. I remember the day that my mom bought me my first country CD. Since that day, I've been hooked. I still watch the Country Music Awards faithfully each year. My fun fact for syllabus week is almost always related to my love of country music.
1. Brittany Morgan, National Writer's Society
2. Radhi, SUNY Stony Brook
3. Kristen Haddox, Penn State University
4. Jennifer Kustanovich, SUNY Stony Brook
5. Clare Regelbrugge, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign