The change in weather is dreadful – it’s getting colder and colder. For those of us who have to walk everywhere, it can be a brutal endeavor. Staff Writer Danny Tull shares his feelings about cold weather.
As Halloween comes to an end, the semester reaches the homestretch right before the Thanksgiving holiday. Going home brings forth lots of fun, yet awkward times among close family and distant relatives. Staff Writer Caroline Powell offers a guide to survive these inevitable uncomfortable moments everyone faces during the holiday season.
Perusall, an online interactive textbook platform, grades the time one spends reading their textbook along with their classmate socialization. It isn’t transparent about its grading criteria, making it a shot in the dark to receive full credit. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick has perused Perusall a little too much this semester and has quite a bit to say.
Andrew Tate’s fascist dogwhistles and violent misogyny have propelled him into internet infamy, yet his fanbase of young men remains devout. Tate’s content is a part of a pipeline to the alt-right, a form of web radicalization known for the danger of its subtlety. Staff Writer Cadence Roy exposes that the pipeline’s purpose is not as covert as it once was.
Breakfast is commonly known as the most important meal of the day. Here at the university, one of the best spots to get breakfast (if you have a meal plan) is at Caesar Rodney Dining Hall. Staff Writer Danny Tull romanticizes the breakfast experience at CR.
Since Tasty Wok’s closing and the building’s demolition, Staff Writer Caroline Powell misses her visits to the affordable, welcoming restaurant near campus. Powell voices her grief for her favorite spot to eat on Main Street.
Since the entire month of October marks Halloween (hey, we don’t make the rules), Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Gaby Nieves has decided that the time for sharing Halloween costume ideas is upon us. What better way to celebrate the holiday on campus than to wear a university-inspired ensemble?
Are you feeling unwell as the weather transitions from a sunny summer to a chilly fall? Do you feel like there’s a plague of sick students and allergies surrounding you? If so, Staff Writer Danny Tull relates and offers you a poem of camaraderie.
October is LGBTQ+ History Month and Oct. 11 marks National Coming Out Day. Whether you’re out or not, The Review loves and supports you. Enjoy our out-of-the-closet anthems to celebrate being here and queer!