• Abbie Hui

    thrive, don’t just survive

    nutrition and balance during finals

    November 30, 2018
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    Winter has come. The end of the semester is near; finals are just around the corner. Though final exams might determine your grades for your classes, the most important thing this winter season is your health. Here are some tips on nutrition, healthy eating habits, and work balance, so you can not only survive but […]

    den den v. den den

    comparing sister restaurants

    October 25, 2018
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    There are two Den Dens within 0.5 miles of each other. These sister restaurants share great service and tasty, artfully presented food, but both have distinct personalities—evident through their food, decor, and more. Den Den Cafe Asiana The first time I went, I celebrated my first college Friendsgiving. Since then, I have returned countless times […]

    warm tastes

    introducing ganko ittetsu ramen

    October 11, 2018
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    Craving something more substantial and filling than instant ramen that you can find in a grocery store and whip up with a pot of hot water? My roommate and I were hungry for comfort food when we finished unpacking on move-in day. We did not have to venture far before we stumbled upon the newly […]

    cooking in dorms

    how to feed yourself

    September 20, 2018
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    The thought of college food brings absolute excitement to some, but a dull headache to others. I remember fretting over the regular vs. Flex meal plans the summer before my freshman year and finally choosing the latter. I chose to embrace the freedom of Flex, as I assumed I would eat out on Thayer Street. […]