Prof Style: Gwyneth Sanchez

Gwen out front in the snow standing in front of brick with snow
Gwen out front in the snow standing in front of brick with snow

“My style changes and I always go for trendy stuff. I describe my style as modern streetwear in a way, it’s always different but, I usually go towards neutral tones and you never see me in bright colors.”

Transfer student Gwyneth Sanchez, junior, adverting major, from Pleasantville (Atlantic County), New Jersey

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Story and photography by:
Edris Forde, junior radio/TV/film major

(Weekly) Daily Dish – Healthy Pancakes

Pancakes are great, but healthy pancakes are even better—especially when there’s only two ingredients needed for the recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 banana

Directions:

  1. Crack eggs in bowl, break up banana in the same bowl, and mash with a fork.Close up of the cracked eggs and broken banana in a bowl.
  2.  Pour mix into a medium sized pan on a medium heat. Flip after a few minutes or when the bottom is lightly browned.
    Pancake mix being poured into a pan.
    Cooking pancakes.
    I love adding fresh fruit to my pancakes! This time, I chose blueberries.
  3. Once both sides are browned, the pancakes are done!
    Plated pancaked being drizzled with syrup.
    Dust with cinnamon and add syrup for extra flavor!

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    Story and photography by: Alyssa Bauer, junior public relations major

(Weekly) Daily Dish: 3 Healthy Breakfasts Under 10 minutes

I definitely consider breakfast an important meal – no one wants to be that person with the rumbling stomach in their morning class. These 3 meals only take a few minutes to make and fill me up more than a bowl of cereal ever will.

1. Avocado Toast

Avocado toast is a trendy, healthy and easy-to-make meal. I’ve been making this almost every day this past semester!

Ingredients:

  • 1 or 2 slices of bread
  • 1 small avocado
  • 2 eggs

Directions:

  1. Toast bread until toasted to your preference.

2. Cook eggs on a medium heat in a small or medium sized pan (a few minutes per side). 

3. Spread avocado on toast and season (I highly suggest the Everything but the Bagel seasoning from Trader Joe’s).

4. Top toast with eggs and enjoy!

2. Oatmeal

I love making oatmeal when I have to be up extra early, its so easy to throw in a to-go cup and eat it on my walk to class or meetings.

Ingredients

  • Microwavable oatmeal pack
  • Handful of fruit

Directions

  1. Follow oatmeal directions.
  2. While your oatmeal is cooking, chop fruit of your choice. Once oatmeal is cooked, top with fruit and enjoy.

3. Banana/Strawberry Toast

This is another perfect meal to eat on-the-go barely takes 5 minutes to prep. 

Ingredients

  • 1 or 2 slices of toast
  • Handful of fruit

Directions

  1. Toast bread. While bread is toasting, chop up fruit.
  2. Place fruit on toasted bread and enjoy! To make this a fuller meal, you can add yogurt with some granola.

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Story and photography by:
Alyssa Bauer, junior public relations major

What Profs are Listening To: Jen Green

Jen Green stands in the Rowan University bookstore, looking toward her phone with the Badflower album cover OK I'm Sick
A student in the Rowan University bookstore holds up the new Badflower album OK, I'm Sick.

“At midnight Badflower dropped their new album, OK I’m Sick, and I’m listening as I work. You should check it out! Gritty rock from a younger band out of LA. I’ve seen them live a few times now in Philly, Asbury Park and Lancaster, but I can tell that this is the album that’s going to make them huge.” 

Jen Green, a graduate student in the master’s in strategic communication within the College of Communication & Creative Arts, who commutes from Pitman, NJ (Gloucester County) and is a first generation college student. 

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Story and photography by:
Adeline MacDonald

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