By Beverly Agbor - Staff Writer
Netflix has a treasure trove of terrific movies to stream right now, but if you are looking for more than just a two-hour commitment, Netflix also has a boatload of great television shows to delve into for weeks on end.
Below, we have rounded up the Top 10 most binge-worthy shows on Netflix right now.
By Danica Brackett
Aesthetics are everywhere from social media pages to bedrooms.
Aesthetically pleasing fashion is becoming more popular than ever. There are many different types of aesthetics, probably more than one can imagine. There is an aesthetic for everyone and everything.
The hard part is choosing which one fits you the most.
When choosing an aesthetic, take into consideration what you like - colors, style, meaning and overall visual presence. Let the aesthetic speak to you. Take the time to analyze as many aesthetics as you can. You’ll know it is the one for you when you see it.
Even consider making a mood board full of things that you love, then search for an aesthetic most similar to it.
If you’re searching for an aesthetic, feel free to continue reading and explore a few of the options below:
Recently becoming more popular over social media. Soft girls give off a cutesy feminine vibe.
Colors: shades of pink and yellows
Style: high-waisted jeans, oversized sweaters, chunky sneakers, butterfly clips, girly graphic tees and heavy blush.
Often compared to ‘90s punk fashion, grunge is on the darker side of the aesthetic spectrum. Appears very rebellious.
Colors: black, grey, red and white
Style: distressed jeans, plaid flannels, black graphic tees, Doc Martens, fishnets, chains and chokers.
Inspired by Japanese fashion and pop culture. Often described as adorable and cute.
Colors: all pastels.
Apparel: dress, skirts, shorts overalls, hair clips, oversized sweatshirts and chunky shoes.
Taking it back to the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s fashion. When they said history repeats itself, they weren't lying. This aesthetic proves that.
Colors:navy, sky blue, grey and muted colors
Apparel: mom jeans, sneakers, collared shirts, oversized sweatshirts and circle sunglasses.
Influenced by popular social media trends. The baddie aesthetic keeps up to date with what is currently popular. Colors: nudes, black, dark green and mauve
Style: winged eyeliner, biker shorts, oversized t-shirts, joggers and distressed jeans.
This aesthetic gives a very down-to-earth loving vibe. This aesthetic screams positive vibes from creative people.
Colors: yellow, tan, orange and green.
Apparel: mom jeans, oversized sweaters, anklets, tall socks and sneakers
Don’t be afraid to experiment and change up your aesthetic. Through trial and error, eventually, you’ll find the one that fits you the most. When in doubt, if you can’t find the right for you, don't be afraid to create your own!
Remember, fashion is a way to express yourself. Don’t hold yourself back. There are no rules. Have fun with it.
By Danica Brackett - Staff Writer
1. Love Street
Love Street Apparel was founded in 2013. This online store is based in Salt Lake City, Utah. This clothing store sells newly handmade and vintage items. Love Street even uses eco-friendly shipping supplies. WEBSITE: https://shoplovestreet.com
2. NYCT Clothing
NYCT is a California-based store. This store sells shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts with different graphic designs. They also sell different styles of denim jeans, biker shorts and skirts. WEBSITE: https://www.nyctclothing.com
Wanderlush is an online boutique created by a stay-at-home mom in 2016. All items are shipped out of Estero, Florida. This store sells unique items for young women looking to enhance their closets. They sell anything from bodysuits to two-piece sets. WEBSITE: https://shopwanderlush.com
4. Tiger Cherry
Based in Los Angeles, Tiger Cherry is an online retailer. They sell many different styles of clothing and even have a festival section. Tiger Cherry offers after pay so you can break down your shopping spree into four separate payments. WEBSITE: https://tigercherry.store
5. Luca + Grae
Luca + Grae was created in mid-2016 by content creator Aspyn Ovard Ferris. This online store features modern bohemian style clothing along with shoes and accessories. WEBSITE: https://lucaandgrae.com
6. Lace and Luck
Lace and Luck is another trendy California-based online retailer. They offer up-to-date California lifestyle fashion. Their clothing is meant for those who want to look stunning but also gives that effortless final touch. WEBSITE: https://laceandluck.com
7. Need My Style
Founded in Wisconsin, Need My Style is owned by a 26-year-old wife and mom. Need My Style sells anything and everything you could imagine. WEBSITE: https://needmystyle.com
2020AVE is an LA-based online store that specializes in SoCal fashion. This store promises great quality clothing. 2020AVE offers anything from high fashion to lounging around the house outfits. WEBSITE: https://www.2020ave.com
9. Boys Lie
This online store has a crazy story of how the co-owners became best friends, which led to the creation of Boys Lie. This popular well-known brand is worn by many celebrities. They sell unique sweatshirt/sweatpant sets, beanies, hoodies and more. WEBSITE: https://boyslieofficial.com
This online retailer is based in Arizona. This store offers clothing for many different types of styles. Their site even features a blog that includes many fashion-related articles. WEBSITE: https://www.shoppriceless.com
By Laura Huskey - Reporter
As precautions are taken across the country to prevent the spread of COVID-19, college and university students are affected most significantly in their education. Students continue to be affected by changing classes and deadlines.
The clubs and organizations at Rose State are not exempt from these adjustments either. The Baptist Collegiate Ministry at Rose State is moving to meet online in an effort to stay connected.
“We don’t want to go completely silent,” BCM adviser Terry Thomas said.
He hopes that replacing their usual meetings with a temporary online connection will continue to be beneficial and encouraging to the students in BCM.
“Any organization that is made up of people is going to be social in nature,” Thomas said. “Even if we don’t interact the way we’d like to, being together builds personal accountability.”
Thomas hopes that continuing to stay in touch will drive the BCM to be together more meaningfully. Thomas thinks it’s important to realize that even in this period of time, people can make the most of it.
While classes and everything else move online in response to COVID-19, students have to be significantly more disciplined in their coursework and in their connection with their friends.
The group plans to meet for 30 minutes once a week over Zoom. The challenge is seeing how well students can adapt to this new normal.
“I don’t want people to think this interaction is mistaken for real community,” Thomas said.
Music major Nicola Lunow agrees.
“It will lessen the face-to-face time, so I think that will lead to less openness just because we won’t get to know each other as well as we would if we had spent the rest of the semester meeting,” Lunow said.
Thomas knows this short amount of time will not be enough to fill the holes, but plans to utilize the group’s social media to reach out to students both in the BCM and out of it. He said there is a difference between face-to-face communication and online communication. Both can be valuable, but it is hard to replace the usual.
Thomas said this can be a great time for other Christian communities on campus to draw together and encourage each other and those outside the community.
“I hope that people will see our love for Christ and each other through these meetings,” Lunow said.
With international students being stuck on campus, Thomas and the BCM want to reach out to them to see if there are needs that need to be met. The BCM will be checking in to see where they are able to provide some assistance.
Whenever all is settled, the group plans to throw a bash to rekindle the loss of face-to-face community and have a reason to celebrate.
By Donovan Straw - Sports Editor
Every news media outlet has been covering the coronavirus pandemic. Many businesses, restaurants and shopping centers are restricting their hours or just having delivery or drive-thru, while government officials across the U.S. have asked citizens to practice social distancing from others.
Apps and streaming services are taking a different approach to the pandemic. The NBA League Pass app is $28.99 a month, but from now until April 24, they’re giving their users a free pass to watch all of the exclusive games from this season and older NBA classics.
Movie production companies are allowing people to pay $20 to see movies that were scheduled to be released in theaters during the time of the pandemic.
Netflix has just launched its new feature called “Netflix Party.” It allows users to watch movies in sync with friends and families stuck in their own homes, while texting back and forth in a chat window.
Other streaming services have started to offer customers a free 30-day free trial. Hulu, Amazon Prime, CBS All Access, Showtime and HBO have all offered free content during this time.
Streaming services allow everyone to practice social distancing.
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