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Recipes to celebrate November’s national holidays

Recipes to celebrate November’s national holidays

by Anvi Banga and Krishna Bheda
November 19
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Winged Post

Flavorful foods and festive drinks, what’s not to love about November’s National Food Days? These holidays range from National Spicy Guacamole Day to National French Toast Day. In the spirit of November and Thanksgiving, here are some national food days that you might not have even known existed!   ...

So you want to be a model?

So you want to be a model?

by Maya Kumar, Winged Post Features Editor
October 13
Filed under Editor's Pick, Features, Lifestyle, Showcase

The Winged Post spoke with New York-based model and photographer Louise Parker. She has modeled for Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent in the past and graduated with a degree in Photography from Bard College. Winged Post: How did you first become a model? Louise Parker: I started modeling a little bit in college...

Fall Equinox brings transitions in nature and fashion

Fall Equinox brings transitions in nature and fashion

by Julia Amick, TALON Asst. Photo Editor
September 22
Filed under Features, Lifestyle

With high temperatures throughout the Bay Area, the fall equinox seems out of place. Today, Sept. 22, summer will be officially over, which means so are the summer fashions. If you want to stay on trend switch your flip flops for boots, and your tank tops for sweaters. An equinox is either of the...

Freshman vs. senior year: The meme debunked

Freshman vs. senior year: The meme debunked

by Prameela Kottapalli, Asst. Features Editor
September 4
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

Freshman year to senior year. It may be only three years, but those 36 months bring about a world of changes, milestones and challenges, from sweet sixteens to SAT’s. One of the primary differences between these two landmarks in one’s high school career is the personal transformation, the me...

New releases in the entertainment industry this month

New releases in the entertainment industry this month

by Prameela Kottapalli, Asst. Features Editor
August 27
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Winged Post

Tired of schoolwork already? Here are five upcoming events in the world of arts and entertainment to look forward to. “Snowden”- Sep. 16 Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley star in this biographical thriller about ex-CIA employee Edward Snowden’s notorious leak of classified government...

The price of a perfect prom: Is it worth it?

The price of a perfect prom: Is it worth it?

by Jenna Sadhu, Social Media Editor
April 14
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

Wikimedia Commons Attending prom means that you’re going to have to dig deep into your wallet. Everything from a prom dress to a manicure can all add up to cost hundreds of dollars. Even for boys, the cost of a tux can be extremely pricey. But this is all going towards one of the most special nights ...

How to get ready for St. Patrick’s Day

How to get ready for St. Patrick’s Day

by Kathy Duan, TALON Student Life Editor
March 17
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

It’s that time of year again. The day when emerald socks and sea green polos color the campus, and little shamrock cookies wait to be devoured by hungry students in the Edge. Little green-hatted leprechauns dot the lawns of suburbs, and even the moss on the redwood trees near Patil seem festive. How...

Gods of Egypt disappoints with lack of diversity and clichéd plot — 2/5 stars

Gods of Egypt disappoints with lack of diversity and clichéd plot — 2/5 stars

by Julia Huang, TALON Asst. Copy Editor
March 11
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

Gods of Egypt recently opened in theaters globally on Feb. 26, 2016, and depicts the fight between the heroes, a human thief named Bek, played by Brenton Thwaites, and Egyptian god Horus, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and the forces of evil, namely the god of darkness Set, played by Gerard Butler. The...

How to dress for California weather

How to dress for California weather

by Maya Kumar, Winged Post Asst. Features Editor
March 2
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

When you wake up and feel the frigid morning air, your first instinct is probably to bundle up as if it's snowing outside, in a turtleneck and a thick parka, but wait until 3 p.m. and you’ll be ready to break out the sunscreen and tank tops. It's the usual California weather dilemma - do you dress...

Best and worst looks on the 2016 Oscars red carpet

Best and worst looks on the 2016 Oscars red carpet

by Ayushi Gautam, Managing Editor
March 2
Filed under Ayushi Gautam, Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

  Sunday night was one for the books, in Hollywood and possibly in your lives as well. You might have been weighing in on Chris Rock’s politicized spin on being an Oscars emcee or maybe you were mourning the loss of Leonardo DiCaprio Oscar memes as he won his first Oscar for Revenant. With the annual ritual of the Oscars comes Sunday night’s recognition of the in...

Eyebrows #OnFleek

Eyebrows #OnFleek

by Jenna Sadhu, Social Media Reporter
March 1
Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Online Exclusive

Eyebrows are the windows to the soul, the frame of the face. There are thin brows, bushy brows, unibrows and defined brows. Some groom them, some do not. The three most common methods of grooming eyebrows are threading, waxing and plucking. These three are the most popular methods, and less painful...

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