Student blogs worth checking out


By Peace Times Staff

WPU is home to a group of talented student bloggers. As part of COM 311: Interactive and Social Media, Peace students share their expertise on a variety of topics.

Looking for some great eats? Maddie Carney dishes out the good and bad about downtown Raleigh restaurants.

Burgers. Burgers. Burgers. Brit Smith is on a mission to find the best burgers in town.

Love pizza? Nikki Gusse is eating her way around the Triangle, one slice at a time.

The South has no shortage of sushi. Alexandria O’Brien-Player taste tests Triangle sushi.

If it’s Italian, it’s on Maggie Wright’s list. Check out her reviews of local Italian eateries.

Love to eat, but want to stay fit? Brooke Burleson shows you how you can do both.

Losing weight isn’t easy. Nikki George invites you on her journey to get in the best shape of her life.

Designers do it better. Tiffany Taylor shares inside tips on how to be a great graphic designer.

If you are from the North, moving South can be a major culture shock. Asia Sanchez shares her experiences as “A Yankee with a Southern Heart.”

Tattoos don’t have to be taboo. Savannah Allen explores the art of body ink.

Need to look fabulous, but don’t have a lot of cash? Lenaa Battle shows budget-conscious fashionistas how to look like they spent a million.

New York and LA aren’t the only fashion meccas. Courtney Myrick details all the best fashion the Triangle has to offer.

And you thought Christmas shopping was stressful. Hannah Owens takes us on a journey to plan the perfect Christmas wedding.

She’s a bride and she’s on a budget. Felicia Hilton shows brides how to make any budget work.

What is your special spot? Miles Calloway details unique places across the globe that hold special meaning to others.

Don’t go downtown without checking out this blog. Jami Upchurch gives you the downtown lowdown.

North Carolina is the state for college basketball. Brittany Richardson details games that aren’t always on the national radar.

Mainstream music not your style? Tanesha Watts introduces you to local up-and-comers.

Ever heard of Elhers-Danlos Syndrome? Kelsea Bowlin was born with this rare condition, and shares the latest research and information.

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