By Shawn Gakhal – Senior Staff Reporter.
Chicago has recently been hit with record-low temperatures, along with an onset of plentiful snowfall and extremely slippery conditions. More and more people are getting sick and falling prey to Mother Nature. To help with the winter woes, here a few tips from fellow Roosevelt students on how to stay safe during the bitter winter.
“Bundling up for me works, and tea. I usually start drinking tea around this time for my throat. And then, weirdly enough, I also drink Vitamin Water, as well — the ones with vitamin C. It just usually works.”
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“Definitely wear scarves and hats — everything. [For ladies,] long boots and no heels, especially when there’s all that ice.”
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“I wear waterproof Sorel snow boots, and I just bought a down jacket that reaches down to my knees.”