DIY: Last Minute Halloween Costumes

Ashley Swedlund, Reporter

October 25, 2019

DIY: Last Minute Halloween Costumes Halloween is a holiday meant for all ages, whether you plan on trick-or-treating or attending a Halloween costume party. But costumes need to be planned in advance or else you’ll be scrambling to get something together, especially since Halloween is less than a week aw...

Dorm DIY

Desiree Lopez, Reporter

March 25, 2019

When you’re in college, especially when you’re just starting and living in a dorm, it’s easy to let school get in the way of decorating your dorm room. However, if you spend so much time in your room studying anyway, you should be happy with what you see. Dorm room decorations don’t have to...

Palentine’s Day: DIY gifts for the friends in your life

Palentine’s Day: DIY gifts for the friends in your life

Desiree Lopez, Reporter

February 13, 2019

Palentine’s Day DIY Romantic relationships can certainly be wonderful, and there’s no shame in showering your significant other with your love and gifts. But there are other kinds of love and relationships that too often get ignored. On this day in particular, we rarely hear about platonic...

Holly Jolly DIYs

Holly Jolly DIYs

Haley Brenk, Reporter

December 13, 2018

The season for hot cocoa and Christmas trees is here. Although the holiday season is great on its own, doing some fun, cute DIYs with friends and family can make it even better. Here’s a list of the cutest holiday DIYs: Make your own ornaments Things you need: Clear ornament ball (at Hobby ...

DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts

DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts

Haley Brenk, Reporter

November 14, 2018

DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts Turkey day is around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the fall festivities than with some do-it-yourself crafts you can do with your friends and family. Here’s a list of some crafty things to do over break. Gobble gobble. Pine cone card holder Things yo...

DIY: Graduation Party Ideas

Vanessa Chaires, Reporter

May 10, 2018

Congrats, seniors! You made it. With graduation in the not so distant future and parties being planned to celebrate our accomplishments, here are some ideas for things you could have at your special event: Party Poppers-   Decorative paper or markers Tissue paper (to cap the confetti popper...

DIY: Two Easy Christmas Recipes

Katherine Nolasco, Reporter, Marketing Manager

December 6, 2017

Winter break is almost here, which means more time to bake holiday treats. Sometimes we don’t want to take the time to head towards the store.  When it comes to baking treats, you may have to use ingredients you have around the house already. Here are two easy DIY Christmas recipes to do with...

Thanksgiving Recipes: A savory and sweet event

Alex Badillo, Reporter

November 9, 2017

As people prepare to get together, enjoy a feast and give thanks for everything great in their lives, it’s time to explore all the unique dishes that are available during Thanksgiving, even though we could probably prepare all of these dishes on a smaller scale anytime during the year. Savory Recipes...

Fall DIY: Leaf Bowl

Vanessa Chaires, Reporter, Calendar Editor

October 10, 2017

Fall is such an exciting season for me as well as others who enjoy cozying up in blankets and jackets thanks to the cold front. There's also Halloween and my favorite holiday Thanksgiving, because well there's food involved. Usually on Thanksgiving your mom brings out the fancy dining set and fall d...

Fall DIY: Pumpkin Bars

Paige Ramsey, Reporter, Online Editor

October 9, 2017

It’s fall, and if you’re anything like me then you know that fall is the best season. The colors are great. It’s not as hot as a Texas summer but is still warmer than a Texas winter (which, as someone who hasn’t lived anywhere other than Houston, are pretty cold). And of course, the food. Fall...

Let’s Roll To Hoco: Tips for asking your date to Homecoming

Laura Perich, Reporter, Social Media Editor

October 9, 2017

Homecoming is right around the corner, and Mav’ can't hold their excitement, If you wish to ask your significant other to homecoming but don't know how, just keep reading! In this article there are many examples that can inspire you to ask your partner. Here are tips that can help you out.   &n...

Raindrop Cake

Raindrop Cake

Gaby Hilado, Reporter

March 7, 2017

After surfing the web for hours, I came across this really cool recipe on how to make a raindrop cake. A raindrop cake is basically a jello-like cake which originated in Japan. When eating a raindrop cake, it feels like “eating a giant raindrop.” I thought it had a really cool and unique appeara...

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