Blogs | Friday
You've seen them: someone with a hoop in their nose, a name written down their arm, a stud through their lip. I think it’s pretty safe to say that in today’s day and age (especially in a college town like Gainesville) we all know at least one person with a piercing or a tattoo.
After writing about Skyler White, I started thinking about the vast amount of female characters that don’t get enough appreciation.
It’s September, and some parts of the United States are starting to cool down for autumn. But we’re Floridians, so we laugh for a while before we collectively sigh and mutter “Man, it’s freaking hot. And what is autumn anyway?”
Whether you’re going to Europe for a family vacation, a cruise to the Caribbean, or even two hours away from Gainesville with a bunch of friends, you’re going to care about your money when you travel.
After the popularity of “The Hunger Games,” it’s no surprise that other books featuring dystopian societies would be hits. Despite the similarities, “Divergent” features a world that is unique and exciting.
It’s safe to say that the suspense of The 1975’s first album, which was released Sept. 3, was well worth the wait.
You’ve been there. You’re bored on the bus, exhausted after a long day of work or school, wanting nothing more than to self-indulge in mindless games designed for your phone that will make the trip more bearable, or at least will make that homie-frat boy blasting “Harlem Shake” less noticeable.