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The University will maintain normal operations for now, but if a warning is issued the North Campus Storm Shelter, East Campus Storm Shelter and the Magnolia Parking Deck are available to all students, faculty and staff on campus. The Magnolia Parking Deck is open to pets and their owners.
Just around the corner sits warm air and sunny beaches, home and reunions with high school friends and for some exciting internships or studying abroad in a new city.
Hanging almost 3,500 feet above a tropical rainforest, I felt the entirety of my life come crashing down on me in giant waves
The end is near. No, I’m not saying that because we have a crazy person that might start World War III.
Y’all, I’m struggling. Finals are here, and they are hitting hard. Alas, we can make it through, and I’ll give you some tips on how to not tear your hair out.
On May 2, 2016, one week after the 2016 NFL draft, Sportingnews.com conducted a study of the NFL draft to determine which school had the most players selected since 2010, two years after Nick Saban became the head coach of Alabama.
Sometimes I get tired of talking about being Black. Hell, sometimes I get tired of being Black.
Based on my personal experience, it seems as if college students are among the first to be introduced to new ideas in the realm of technology.
In college, although we're "adults," many of us don't know who we are yet. One way that we try to find the person we are is through labeling and trying to identify ourselves through affiliation.
I understand the reason why we got rid of some of the most famous, looking at you Dixieland Delight, songs that used to play that the stadium.
If you are a fan of going to the movies at all, the months of January and February could not be a more painful and disheartening time.
So recently I’ve had yet another issue arise concerning one of my roommates. I won’t go into the details, but I thought it was a valuable enough experience to give you guys some advice on how to handle things when stuff kind of… just… hits the fan.
We like to think of ourselves as harmless – leaving soft footprints in the sand that after a few hours wash away as if they never were there at all. We think of ourselves a culture that treads lightly over the filth and mud of "lesser" humans, animals and savages that live in the woods.
As a college student, I find that social media serves as a vital avenue for communication and interaction with other students.
A person can really take technology for granted until they lose access to said technology. Take a fridge for instance. No one ever thinks about their fridge until one day it randomly just decides to crap out on you and destroy your hopes and dreams of eating a healthy and well balanced diet.
So sleep seems pretty important, right? As college kids, it’s something we don’t really get a lot. We’re always going around trying to finish homework, study and somehow find time for fun.
One of the more spirited debates around the country that has lasted for decades has been the debate over which event in sports is the best. NBA fans declare their love for the Finals, NFL fans fight passionately for the Super Bowl, and MLB fans vouch for the World Series.
I feel overwhelmingly and uncomfortably black. Not like, “oh, it’s pitch black in here” or, “wow her hair is black”. No. I am talking about black as Grace Jones next to a white background, black as Billie Holiday singing “Strange Fruit” to a crowd of white men, Black as Barack Obama in the White House B-L-A-C-K Black.