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Category: 2019

Weekly Newsletter #20: Cultural Cravings

Continuing our theme of culture for May’s issue of The Burgundy Zine, we were honored to feature posts from guest contributors about social media culture as well as tiny living culture.

We also reviewed Fabrice Midal’s “The French Art of Not Giving a Sh*t,” gave a few alternatives to the floral prints that plague workwear this time of the year, covered Prof. Hayley Nelson and Tiny Curry-Logan’s wellness webinar, explained the soda tax, and made a few updates to our email subscription system.

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What is the Soda Tax?

You’re carousing the aisles of your favorite convenience store in Philadelphia, parched, your mouth as dry as the Sahara desert. Craving a bubbly, sugary Coke, you quickly navigate to the beverage section only to find the price has jumped to $2.12 – and that’s not including the city’s 0.08 percent sales tax, either.

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Calling All Contributors – May 2019

Calling all contributors! If you are a writer, artist, photographer, or musician interested in having your work featured in the May 2019 issue of The Burgundy Zine, you’ve come to the right place.

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How to Dress for Work Without Sporting Floral Prints

April showers bring seasons of clothing adorned in flowers. From bathing suits to crop tops to blouses to trousers, floral prints are practically inescapable… Until burgundy bug came to the rescue, that is.

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The French Art of Not Giving a Sh*t: Cutting the Crap and Leaving a Review

“The French Art of Not Giving a Sh*t: Cut the Crap and Live Your Life” is a self-help book by Fabrice Midal, one of the leading meditation teachers in France.

Throughout the book, The author cuts the crap and disspells common myths about meditation as well as sociological structures to guide the reader towards a more fulfilling life.

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