By Lauryn Froneberger
This week’s Life with Lo is all about bringing in the new year. I’ll share some advice for getting off to a great start by setting goals for yourself, staying motivated and leaving behind friends that may slow you down. I’ll also explain why I hate New Year’s Resolutions and the whole #newyearnewme craze. Check it out below!
This week Life with Lo is back with a holiday themed tag video. I’ll be answering a series of questions about what this time of year means to me and my family as well as talking about my favorite Christmas songs and movies!
Tune in for a great holiday treat. Happy Holidays to you and your families! Xo, Lo
A fact of the world: Gabrielle Union is a goddess.
And if there is anything we love more than the accomplished actress, it is her character Mary Jane Paul, who on BET’s Being Mary Jane never fails to use sticky note quotes as a way to motivate, uplift and enlighten her spirit.
This week, Simone and I channel the same energy and self-reflect. Who do we really want to be?
For the past few weeks, some University of Maryland students have complained about the lack of social engagement on campus.
However, organizers of the Juke Joint Performance Showcase sought to change their minds. Students from every year, major, city, country (and continent) filled the Adele H. Stamp Grand Ballroom to show their pride in the greater Black community and enjoy the performances from fellow Terps.
In case you missed Tuesday night’s Juke Joint, check it out in the video playlist and pictures below.
Life and Lo is back with another episode. This time, we’re talking makeup dos and don’ts. Lo sits down with junior biology major Tyla Young to learn all about an easy beauty regimen for the average college woman, a look that will have you looking your best without all the stress.
Ladies, get your pen and paper ready, because this is one you will not want to miss. Enjoy!
Check out this slideshow of the completed look.
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If you missed last week’s episode, check out our cooking special here.
Though we love getting our lives with Tamar Braxton and the rest of the cast on The Real, or guessing Fashion Police‘s “fashole” of the week, people under the age of 25 have opinions too!
“Life with Lo” is a weekly Youtube vlog series coined by Pulsefeedz‘s very own Lauryn Froneberger. “Life with Lo” sets out to prove that although we are young, us students have a lot to say about love, health, beauty, careers and more.
In this week’s episode, Lo demonstrates how to make what she refers to as a “Meal on a College Student Budget.” This section of the series focuses on how to create inexpensive meals without breaking the bank. Hopefully your wallet will thank us and so will your taste buds. Enjoy!
Filmed by: India Hamilton, Edited by: Monique Robinson
Just four months after UMD students assembled in Stamp Student Union to voice their demands to demilitarize the College Park Police Department, many returned Friday afternoon to protest on Frat Row in response to the racist and sexist email sent by a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
The protest kicked off with various demands from representatives of several student organizations. Many protesters at the event believe there wasn’t enough disciplinary action served to the individual and group involved in the email which included the now infamous line, ‘f**k consent.’ Members of The Vagina Monologues performed a skit in response to that line and sexual assault.
Just when you thought reality shows on VH1 could not get any crazier, a new series called Walk of Shame Shuttle debuted Wednesday night. The idea behind the show was introduced by former University of Michigan student, Kellyann Wargo.
Sophomore Kalyn Cai, the vice president of Advocacy for the Asian American Student Union, also spoke on her initial reactions to the email.
“I think it’s hard to believe when stuff like that happens right at your university. I think a lot of the times people like to assume that that kind of thing happens far away. It’s easy to be like ‘Oh, well I’m sure stuff like that happens in like Oklahoma’ but It’s a lot harder to take a look at the people around you and the kind of institution that you attend and realize that these things go on a lot more often than you think. “
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