How to Be a High Roller in Vegas With a Low Stack of Cash

 

The infamous Welcome to Las Vegas sign. Photo Edited by: Jessica Whitehead

Photo Edited by: Jessica Bruner

I walked from Paris to an Egyptian pyramid within 30 minutes. Then, in the time it took me to finish my can of Mike’s Hard Lemonade, I was back in New York about to board the roller coaster that would take me high enough to see Hollywood; Planet Hollywood, that is.  Continue reading

New Year, New You: A Resolution for Every Day

Disney College Interns show their excitement for the opportunity at the beach Photo by: Jessica Whitehead

Disney College Interns show their excitement for the opportunity to gain experience in a magical place.
Photo by: Jessica Bruner

What is it about a new year that suddenly makes you question your entire life and what you have and have not done? Every year I make a resolution that, let’s be honest, I never succeed in achieving. Continue reading

Bronco Nation: The Best Season of the Year is Football Season

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Peyton Manning scored seven touchdowns in the Broncos’ first game of the season against the Ravens. Fans have high expectations for the 2013/2014 season.
Photo Edited By: Jessica Bruner

When we talk about the best season of the year, football fans aren’t thinking summer. It’s football season. The countdown is over as of last night at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. The Broncos got their redemption for last years heartbreaking playoff game against the Ravens. The Broncos won with a final score of 49-27. Continue reading

Fast Food Vs. Fat Blast Food Video Story: The $10 Test

In a previous article, I created an informational graphic depicting America’s eating habits in regards to fast food. When eating on a budget, Americans are convinced fast food is the best bargain. This $10 test proved otherwise.

When budgeting the good life, you must also budget nutrition into your diet in order to thrive at your full potential, and the price of nutrition is certainly more in reach than you may think.

Working Students and Parents Ask: Is a College Degree Worth it?

Student Life: Marlin DeCamp, Jessica Whitehead and Whitney Wright at a Colorado State University Football Game Photo By: Jessica Whitehead

Student Life: Marlin DeCamp, Jessica Bruner and Whitney Wright at a Colorado State University Football Game
Photo Edited By: Jessica Bruner

The cost of college is more expensive now than it has ever been, and tuition keeps raising with no sign of slowing down. But with the rise in competition within the workforce, a college degree seems to be a bare minimum for the upcoming generation to make a decent living.

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, college graduates with a bachelor’s degree make, on average, almost 85 percent more than those with just a GED. Continue reading