Welcome back to The Gator Nation! Although your syllabi says it’s time to go to classes and learn lessons, your inner fitness freak says it’s time for some serious sweat and muscle gains – better yet, Gator gains!
We’re often bombarded with a ton of food options as the school year begins. This is especially true for first-year students who are amazed at how much food is available in the dining halls. However, soon the barrage of free pizza at welcome events is going to slow, leaving students, especially those without a meal plan, wondering, “Where do I go from here?”
If you had any doubt in the ‘90s and early ‘00s making a full comeback, this summer’s influx of must-see music videos should help you change your mind.
Now that school is back in session you and your boo are back in the same town. This could mean a lot of things, like late night dates to Paynes Prairie or in-between-class lunches. It could also mean losing focus on what we’re all here for, school, and facing the consequences later.
When Nicki Minaj released the cover for her new song “Anaconda,” it was met with mixed results of praise and controversy. Featuring, most notably, Minaj’s behind, the cover sparked a series of debates over whether it was empowering, what it symbolized, and what, if anything, Minaj was trying to say by using such a provocative pose.
I don’t know about you guys, but I held on to my iPod Classic for as long as possible. An ex-boyfriend gave me a 160gb 7th Generation for Christmas once because my nano ran out of space a year after I bought it.
Money makes the world go ‘round. At least, that’s what I have always heard. I might come off as sounding a little crazy or “cliché” when I say, money is not everything, but it really isn’t. Now don’t get me wrong, it’s important, but it shouldn’t be your sole rationale when making decisions.
Marvel’s newest romp, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” recently claimed the highest grossing movie of the year prize with more than $260 million made as of press time.
I first heard of Ivey’s from my dad, whose coworker told him about this great breakfast place in Gainesville we needed to try. Located on 3303 West University Avenue, it’s close to campus making it a great spot to pick up a meal before or after class.
I have been absolutely loving the trends going on this summer. Usually I am not about always jumping on the bandwagon, but these trends have been styles I have worn for a while. It is like suddenly everything I like is in every store across the world. Literally. I saw them all over Paris and London as well as the US.
Last week I outlined my predictions for the first five games of the 2014 Gator football season. Here are my predictions for the last seven games:
I'm sure you've heard about the several splashes that San Diego Comic Con has made in the entertainment world, but for those of you that didn't attend (like me) but also didn't bother to stalk the media sites (unlike me) here's a quick wrap-up of the most important things we learned from Comic Con 2014.
Last night the time finally came to say my goodbyes to friends and family before I fly across the pond. In a fitting tribute to America, I hosted a leaving party where guests were on a strict dress code to wear only red, white and blue.
EDM Festivals seem to sell themselves these days. The genre dominates every other genre (aside from pop, of course) and people flock to all types of EDM-centric events. The most desired festival occurs in Belgium every summer: the aptly titled TomorrowLand. The festival draws in thousands of people from over one hundred and fifty countries and sets the standards for production, lineup, and overall experience.
Summer is nearly over, which means that fall TV season is almost here. Before you fill up your DVR schedule with all your favorite shows, keep in mind that there are some great new series being rolled out for your binge-watching enjoyment.