Blogs | Friday
As students, our lives tend to be very chaotic. Some of us have to work to pay rent, get an internship to help build our resumes and take classes to graduate. All these things require time. With all these obligations, how can we make time for the gym?
Can you smell the turkey? I sure can. Many people look forward to the last Thursday in November to devour delicious homemade food made just for the occasion – Thanksgiving. But for people on a diet or those who work hard to watch their weight, this holiday seems like a fat trap.
Most of us are still riding that high off of the Gators' recent wins against Georgia and Vanderbilt, but let’s be real — it’s been a tough two years for Florida football. Maybe Coach Muschamp finally figured out how to turn this program around, or maybe it’s a fluke. Either way, Gators fans are having a hard time staying upbeat about a team that can’t seem to find its footing. But have no fear UF students, there are plenty of fictional football success stories to raise your spirits.
With the release of her latest and first officially documented pop record “1989,” Taylor Swift is shaking up, and off, the industry.
As I’ve said before, cooking in college can be difficult. However, if you have the right staples, then often whipping up something quick and tasty is pretty easy. One of these staples is that wonderful, juicy veggie: the tomato.
I’ve been hearing a lot about Zoe’s Kitchen and that people have overall positive reviews about it. A lot of my friends have been asking about it, so I tried it for the first time when my parents visited for UF’s Homecoming last weekend.
The streets of Gainesville will fill with people donning a variety of getups tonight – naughty kittens, fierce superheroes and Disney favorites – but we all know buying these cute costumes can get pricey.
The power of Amy Poehler is real, and it’s stronger than ever. Our favorite funny lady’s first book, “Yes Please,” released this week, and there’s no doubt it’s a must-read.
You’ve heard horror stories of naked, wrinkly men in locker rooms and couples using gym equipment for romping pleasures instead of waiting to get home. Although these exemplify two huge etiquette no-nos, they don’t quite compare to the reality of gym etiquette (or lack thereof) at UF.