You know that moment when you hear a choir of angels singing in your head? It usually happens when you pass by the ice cream section of the grocery store or when you put on a bikini and it ACTUALLY fits right. For most girls, it’s finding that one piece of jewelry that will match and brighten up all your outfits.
Don’t get me wrong, that’s a difficult task; and you might not find that piece of jewelry hanging on a random rack in a store.
So where can you find this one magical bracelet or necklace that goes with everything? Browse through Chloe+Isabel’s website and take a look!!!
Chloe+Isabel is an “innovative jewelry brand that empowers and connects women through a social-shopping experience. Be creative, be confident, be you.” Easy enough right?
And for now – thanks to our local C+I Merchandiser – you have an exclusive chance to win this crystal studded ribbon chain bracelet below for absolutely free! (A bracelet originally priced at $50) Yes ladies, FREE!
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Remember: The Contest ends 2 Weeks from today! So February 7th at 11:59PM is your last day to enter the contest!
So start browsing and get ready to win! Good luck!
As her Twitter bio says, “I am an art major and a student athlete, because that makes so much sense.” Welcome to the life of sophomore University of Delaware varsity crew coxswain, Jamie Noce.
In her home town of Baldwinsville, NY she began rowing in the eighth grade with Syracuse Chargers Rowing Club. Throughout high school, she qualified three times for the Scholastic Rowing Nationals and placed 6th overall during her senior season. She was also named a three time All-District Scholar Athlete as well as being named co-captain and MVP her senior year. In her first college season as a freshman, Jamie lead her crew to a 4th place finish at the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta. She was named, “Athlete of the Week” along with her eight rowers. This also led her to earning her first year varsity letter. Bedsides on the water guiding the boat and giving directions, you can easily find Jamie late at night in the art studio.
I got the chance to sit down with the accomplished coxswain and talented art student and here is what she had to say.
N: Explain exactly what a coxswain does.
N: Describe a typical day in the life of Jamie Noce.
New School Year Resolutions
This week, our staff explored some of the resolutions they'd like to make for the upcoming semester and school year. Like a New Year's resolution, these are meant to keep us grounded and to remind us of goals that we want to reach. Here's to another fantastic year! - Sara, Editor
So you’re all moved into your new dorm or apartment. You’re looking at yourself in the mirror thinking that you have nine months here. Nine months not only to succeed in classes and make friends, but to do anything you want. It’s almost like New Years, except it’s in the beginning of September. Here you are, the start of a brand new school year; what are YOUR new school year resolutions?
1) Going to the gym. We say it every year when we walk pass it on our way to class, “I’m going to work out at least 3 times a week this year.” Then the resolution falls through due to reasons such as, becoming lazy, being involved in too many activities or it’s too crowded. My suggestion is making a dedicated time for the gym. Try going at night when it is less crowded and you’ve finished most of your homework. Set up a time in the morning before classes so you get it over with and you feel refreshed for the entire day.
2) Stay organized. Start using a planner where you write down everything that you need to accomplish for the week. Once you have a planner, you avoid procrastinating because you can visualize on a calendar how close deadlines are. You also avoid overbooking yourself because you know when you’re too busy the moment you see a calendar day penciled in with numerous events and coursework. Lastly, you will start assignments early when you see how much work needs to get done in the span of a week.
The morning of St. Patrick’s Day, dozens of local Delaware high schools filed into Purnell Hall here on our campus. With their speeches and presentations ready and rehearsed, the students thought back to recall all their volunteer work as a school over the past year. Events like zumba-thons, dancing events, school volunteer awareness days and even recruiting new high schools to participate in the Jefferson Awards.
The Jefferson Awards date back to 1972 with a goal of creating a Nobel Prize for public service. Their mission states, “to encourage and honor individuals for their achievements and contributions through public and community service.” With all the tremendous organizations and groups throughout the country, adolescent volunteers are often forgotten. The Jefferson Awards then created a program called Students in Action in 2006 that is a national youth leadership program. It is now active in 325 high schools across the country and encourages young students to become more involved in service.
The competition today proved how motivated and eager students in the local area are for service and giving back to their communities. Schools that do not even require service hours for graduation are currently involved and enjoying planning volunteering events in their schools. High school students are even creating Facebook pages and Twitter accounts to increase volunteering opportunities and awareness throughout their school.
With his charming pick up lines and awesome sense of humor, no wonder Shaun is friends with every girl on his floor. Known for making everyone laugh and always saying hello, Shaun is an outgoing and social guy. With funny comments up his sleeve, there is never a dull moment around Shaun!
How would you describe your personality in 5 words? Well-rounded, kind, good-looking, charming, and funny.
What is your all time favorite movie? The Sandlot
Plans for upcoming summer? Working at Fishers Popcorn at Rehobeth Beach, Delaware and going to the beach daily.
Who is your celebrity crush? Why? Jessica Simpson, have you seen Dukes of Hazard? Enough said.
What attracts you first when you meet a girl? Her face, she has to be cute.
Activities you are involved in on campus? Being involved in George Read activities.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Working as a well-known executive at an agricultural business.
Funniest pick up line? Doyou believe in love at first site or should I walk by again?