How To Bundle Up This Winter

This night air is starting to get breezy, the day is getting more crisp. The chills are starting to tickle your spine and you shiver with goosebumps by your side. Whether you’re from California or even New York, the winter is still a hassle. You can’t decide if you need to buy layers or what…

The Unqualified Winter Survival Guide

With the changing leaves, the brisk weather and the changing time, it can only mean one thing: winter is coming. Though it might be a normal occurrence for some, those who grew up in warmer climates, like myself, might see the actual winter as an intimidating venture. Helming from Southern California, I never had to…

Reasons to Survive a Boston Winter

I hate winter with the fiery passion of a thousand suns. (This is symbolic of the complete lack of the sun we all know and love, and its replacement with a pale, watery impostor.) Winter is dry. It is cold. All the good stuff dies or hibernates, the latter being a skill I’m attempting to…

How To Transition Your Wardrobe For Spring

It’s that time of year again–though the bitter winds of winter may still be pushing us down Boylston, spring is right around the corner. Maybe it’s just me being optimistic, but in my head, March is synonymous with spring–and it’s only a blink away! That means the days of ski jackets and snow boots are…

How to Survive Boston’s Weird Weather

“How’s the weather today?” This question has been on my lips every morning for the last three months. Growing up in Rhode Island, I have learned from a young age not to question 60 degree days in December, snow in April and everything in between. But what about Emersonians from warm places like LA, Miami and…

Bunny Hill Champion

When I was 12, I spent a year at Catholic school, and in a desperate attempt to fit in, I joined the ski club. Joining a ski club sounds like an unconventional way to get people to like you but at Notre Dame Academy the ski club was the thing all the cool kids did….