Richard O. Stehli
College is a time for change and the mill of experiences, realizations and revelations. While it probably doesn’t bother most people when they change their majors, course schedules or political affiliations, what about when someone changes his or her faith?
I see you every day as I commute to school on my bicycle. You’re waiting for the bus. You’re sitting in traffic. You’re driving around in circles looking for a parking space. You’re pumping gas at more than $3 a gallon. You know what I do when I see you? I laugh. And then I get to class on time, without fail.
UF sophomore Sekou Bangoura has been playing tennis since before most children know what tennis is. The Bradenton, Fla., native has 16 years of experience, which seems like no feat — until you consider that he’s 19 years old.
Hard up for cash, but you still want to eat like a king? Need to impress your date, but financial aid hasn't come in yet? No need to fear - the word "gourmet" refers to taste, not cost. Here are a few tips on saving money while still eating real food.
A lot of pesky things can get in the way of drinking lots of alcohol: school, work, parents, religion, money — and the list goes on. In good conscience, I can’t help you with your obligations to time or morality, but I can help you drink on a budget. No matter the occasion and no matter the financial limitations, there’s an affordable drink for you.