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.
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.
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.
Music can motivate more than your dance moves at Gator City Sports Grille. In fact, it can distract you from the pains of working out to enhance your athletic performance. Listening to tunes can also help elevate your mood and get you pumped, even before setting off to exercise.
It’s funny. I go to the gym to pump iron and increase my metabolism, but from what I’ve experienced at Southwest Recreation Center, some people go to run their mouths instead.
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!
For Sheila Scolaro, a 21-year-old plant science junior at UF, one of the best parts of the holidays isn’t decorating a Christmas tree.
Graphic photos and stories about neglected and abused dogs and cats in Puerto Rico were displayed Tuesday on Turlington Plaza as part of UF’s Puerto Rican Student Association’s exhibit.