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Mosaic Tries Something New

Mosaic Tries Something New: Meditation

BY LAURA MATUSHESKI Managing Mosaic Editor Editor’s Note: While meditation has many health benefits, it should be practiced as...

Mosaic tries something new: Going to Grottos during a pandemic

A handful of reporters have noticed sizable crowds at Grottos on weekend nights, despite the pandemic. We investigated our emotions at Grottos.

Mosaic Tries Something New: Listening to Fiona Apple

Apple is hardly voiceless; she hardly sits in a pool of her own angst; she is not ashamed of what she has been through or how she has felt. “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” was unlike any album I ever heard.

Mosaic tries something new: Ghost hunting

There’s no “reputable” way to confirm a ghost story, but according to a few “haunted places” websites online, there was some truth to her story. Rumor has it that a family of six was accused of witchcraft during the turn of the twentieth century and were hanged. According to all of these websites, the family can sometimes be seen walking along the side of the road.

I got my nipples pierced. And yes, it hurt.

Yes, it hurt. A needle stuck through any part of your body is going to hurt.

Mosaic milks it: a definitive rating of popular dairy and non-dairy drinks

On the evening of May 8, members of the Mosaic staff gathered in the West Annex of Perkins for an exclusive tasting of some of the most popular dairy and non-dairy milks in the market.

Mosaic tries something new: riding the buses

On Wednesday, I took a chance, and stepped onto one of these new buses and took it from Student Health to the North Campus parking lot.

Mosaic tries something new: An attitude of gratitude

Research has shown that maintaining an attitude of gratitude is something that can have benefits beyond the holiday season.

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