Easy Noms

Take a break from the frozen dinners and try some of these easy-to-make, tasty meals. Chicken Pesto Sandwich Prep Time: 10 minutes Servings: 4 Ingredients   •2 cups shredded chicken breast •1/4 cup Greek yogurt •Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, for taste •1 baguette, cut into 3-4 equal pieces, toasted, for serving •2 cups arugula, for serving •2 Roma tomatoes, thinly sliced, for serving •8 ounces mozzarella, sliced •Pesto Sauce Instructions Mix chicken, 1/2 cup of pesto, greek yogurt, salt and pepper in a large bowl. Spread mixture on a baguette with arugula, tomatoes, mozzarella and the rest of the pesto mixture. Enjoy! … Continue reading Easy Noms

Opinion: College football playoff excites

By: Brent Raines ~Staff Writer~ The sports universe has been introduced to the first college football playoffs. Now well into the season, college football has proven this will not be disappointing in any way, shape or form. No other major sport in America has games with crucial postseason implications like college football does. Even the best NFL and college basketball teams pick up two or three losses over the course of the season. The best MLB and NBA teams have dozens. Many playoff critics thought that a playoff system would take away that “one bad game can ruin a season” … Continue reading Opinion: College football playoff excites

Core allows students to find joy in learning

I love music. I study music. I am, in fact, a music education major. I do not imagine that I will have a career where I will do much of what can be called “useful.” Not in the way that, say, an engineering student or a pre-med student will have a useful career. I also do not imagine that I will contribute a great deal to the economy, even though the music industry as a whole generates billions of dollars each year. Let’s be honest, we can’t all be Beyoncé. To be even more honest, I can’t guarantee that I … Continue reading Core allows students to find joy in learning