Thursday, June 8, 2023


Which is the best post–graduation plan?

Recently, on the beloved anonymous messaging app, SideChat, someone opened discussion for why students get criticized for staying home post-graduation instead of moving out immediately and getting a job. Staff Writer Caroline Powell talks about how “normal” it really is to not have that part figured out.

Toxic perfectionism and burnout

Burnout is a well-known concept that is recognized far more than it is addressed. Toxic perfectionism and overworking are common causes of burnout, especially among college students. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick and her friends share their personal experiences dealing with the consequences of perfection and burnout.

Scheduling your classes the right way

With course registration opening, it’s time to prepare your schedule for the fall semester. Personalizing your schedule to your preferences will make for the most bearable (and maybe even enjoyable) semester. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick disperses some wisdom on how to schedule your classes for success.

Review: Bloom pre-workout powder

Pre-workout has become a popular product in recent years, likely due to both a rise in the variety of caffeinated beverages and fitness culture. Does pre-workout really work or is it just another gimmicky lifestyle product? Co-Managing Mosaic Editor (and caffeine addict) Shayna Demick reviews pre-workout and shares the good, the bad and the ugly.

Biochemistry drop out

CHEM111, the General Chemistry course for chemistry majors, shows just how difficult chemistry can be for those that don’t understand it. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick shares her experience trying to be a biochemistry major while being bad at chemistry.

The possibilities of working abroad after college

BY TESS WILLIAMSStaff Reporter If you’ve ever wanted to travel abroad but also need a strong source of income, working abroad after college could...

How to be a genuine social media activist

Social media can be a snake pit most of the time, but it is also a powerful tool.

A student’s guide for beating burnout

Set boundaries. Don’t bite off more than you can chew, and don’t be afraid to say “no” to people.

Romance novels to refuel your reading addiction

These books are the perfect jumping off point for a spiral back into the infinite fictional worlds that await between covers.

Squishmallows are taking the world by storm

Squishmallows first came to the scene in 2017 and, as of February 2020, over 50 million have been sold.

A guide to suncare for people of color

For those with darker skin, melanin does provide some natural protection against UV rays, but not enough to protect against skin cancer completely.

Confessions of an Ohio Blue Hen

I’ve also had the opportunity to learn more about Delaware from afar, although some burning questions about the state still keep me up at night.

The life of a shopaholic (when your dad is a financial consultant)

My dad’s expertise in the field has made it so much easier for me to dip my toe into the investing waters.

Collaborative Content: The Review reflects on the pandemic

More than a year ago, the COVID-19 pandemic upended our daily lives. Members of The Review share their thoughts about how the pandemic affected them.