The Orion

Julianna Eveland

Home for Christmas — with disappointing academic tidings

Julianna Eveland // December 19, 2014
Telling your parents you got bad grades this semester isn't the best feeling, but returning to improve is.

Voicing opinions is hard, crucial

Julianna Eveland // December 8, 2014
Having a good argument to support your opinions can be a hard feat, especially out in the real world.
Illustration by Rachel Dugo

Netflix addiction stole years of my life

Julianna Eveland // November 17, 2014
It's time to put the shows on pause and start engaging in real life.

Speech stresses long-term wellness

Julianna Eveland // November 7, 2014
There are a lot of commencement speeches out there that leave students with words of wisdom, but this one holds a certain value to me that tops all the rest.
Illustration by Rachel Dugo

Faking sports fandom fails to impress

Julianna Eveland // November 2, 2014
If you're not a true sports lover, pretending to be one isn't worth the trouble.

Costumes don’t equate to character

Julianna Eveland // October 25, 2014
Opinion Columnist Julianna Eveland and her readers agreed, women shouldn't be shamed on account of their Halloween costumes.

Family will always stay number one

Julianna Eveland // October 23, 2014
As I get older it becomes easier to drift away from siblings and parents, but savoring these relationships is well worth it.
Chico bars are overrated, underwhelming

Chico bars are overrated, underwhelming

Julianna Eveland // October 20, 2014
Blaring music, sweaty bodies, empty wallets: I'll pass.

Tattoos can wait

Julianna Eveland // October 10, 2014
Tattoo envy had me wanting one for a while, but I realized the permanence factor is a little too much for me now.
Illustration by Rachel Dugo

Body image: Big is still not beautiful

Julianna Eveland // October 6, 2014
Despite what some people insist, weight stigma still favors skinny women.

Students aren’t aware of personal bubbles

Julianna Eveland // September 29, 2014
It's difficult to stay aware of other people's spatial boundaries, but being oblivious is even worse.

Fads don’t hold secret to good health

Julianna Eveland // September 23, 2014
A summer spent following bizarre health trends didn't amount to much.
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