By Timmy Chong Sports Section Editor While the University of Maryland doesn’t offer storage for students who can’t take home their belongings during summer break, there are a variety of options in the surrounding area available to students who live on and off campus. We’ve gathered four of the most popular storage companies in the College Park area to help you choose the right fit … Continue reading Unwind Compares Four Summer Storage Options in College Park
By Jermaine Rowley For Unwind magazine After you’ve finished taking your finals, you have the entire summer ahead of you. Summer vacation has been the one thing on your mind all semester. However, you want something different this year — a place unique and fresh. The same ol’ trip to Ocean City or Miami is tiring at this point. Lucky for you, here are four … Continue reading Check out these Unique Destinations for Summer Break
By Ryan Lee For Unwind magazine For this spring season, be sure to wow your friends and family with a fresh, stylish pair of sunglasses. Your options are endless with sunglasses. Unfortunately, that makes it harder to find the right pair for you to show off. This guide to in-style shades is sure to get you on your feet. The shape of your face determines … Continue reading Unwind’s Spring and Summer Sunglasses Guide: The Best Shape for Your Face
By Kelsey Cardace Beat the heat and grab some popcorn because this summer some of the year’s most anticipated movies will hit theaters. With action-packed plots and tear-jerking twists, these movies are not to be missed. “The Fault In Our Stars,” based on John Green’s bestselling novel, opens June 6. This romantic comedy and drama stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort; it tells the story … Continue reading Flicks to check out this summer
By Mel DeCandia It’s the most wonderful time of the year—well, for hipsters and music junkies anyway. At last, it’s music festival season. As Coachella ends, so begins what seems an eternal stretch of warm, summer weather, and with it comes the most eclectic and exciting lineups nationwide. Oh, and plenty of crop tops and flower crowns, too. Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Ultra, TomorrowWorld; the list goes … Continue reading Popular summer music festivals draw in students
By Rachel DeSantis Fill up your tanks and whip out your maps, because now that the sun is finally out and the semester is just about over, it can only mean one thing—it’s road trip season. Whether it’s just down the road or across the country, road trips are the perfect escape for anyone craving a bit of adventure.For those not looking to venture too … Continue reading Find your kicks on Route 66
By Kristine Auble The start of a carefree summer marks an end to students’ tiresome routines endured throughout a tedious semester. Along with no longer forcing themselves to wake up early for their classes or study for their exams, students also do not have to limit their workouts to inside the gym. They are free to explore and engage in exhilarating activities instead of confining … Continue reading Fitness fun in the summer sun: How students are staying active this summer
By Marone Shiferaw Short-term relationships can happen at different times of the year, but they are extremely frequent in one particular season: summer. Summer romances can be beneficial, as it boosts self-confidence, creates adrenaline, expands mindsets and pleases the bodies, psychologists report. Research shows summer romances are very common, said Catherine A. Sanderson, psychology professor at Amherst College. In 2010 and 2011, May through August … Continue reading Sex Column: Summer romance — fling or fate?