By Isha Choksi Sophomore, International Studies and French Major As if there were not already an unnatural obsession with the lives of celebrities, the birth of the royal baby – the child of Kate Middleton and Prince William, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – has brought even more hysteria. For months, Kate’s pregnancy, including her… Continue reading Royal Pains
By Stephanie Lam Sophomore, Biology Major Remember the general education requirement course titled “What is the Good Life?” for the class of 2016? I mean, how could anyone forget? One of our gateway readings was an interview and excerpt from Rebecca Skloot’s book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Needless to say, I remember falling asleep… Continue reading Review: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
By Cassidy Whitson Sophomore, Journalism Major This recipe will be a hit with everyone and is sure to be gone before halftime! Ingredients: 1/2 oz. seasoning mix (taco) One can refried beans One can black beans One package cream cheese One can pinto beans One package shredded cheese (7 oz.) Salsa (7 oz. jar) Grease… Continue reading A Tasty Tailgate
By Hannah Gamache Junior, English Major When Keller Dover’s (Hugh Jackman) six-year-old daughter and her friend go missing after Thanksgiving dinner, the disappearance of the girls is investigated by Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal). After the prime suspect is released from jail, Dover decides to take matters into his own hands in Prisoners. Prisoners is a… Continue reading Movie Review: Prisoners
By Kayli Smendec Freshman, Political Science and English Major “That girl you called a slut in class today… She's a virgin. The ‘gay boy’ you punched in the hall today… He committed suicide a few minutes ago. The boy you called poor… He has to work every night to support his family. That girl you… Continue reading Think.
By Rebecca Vitkus Junior, English major Somewhere between the moment I stepped foot onto the University of Florida campus last August and now, I became an adult. I’m not sure how it happened. I didn’t become an adult the day I graduated from high school, the day I turned eighteen, or even the day I gained… Continue reading You Know You’re An Adult When…
By Sama Ilyas Junior, Biology major A month ago, I discovered the vast world of subscription boxes. Subscription boxes are what I think of as college care packages… but to yourself! Basically, you sign up for a membership, and each month, a box is mailed to you full of goodies. Each box company usually has… Continue reading The New Care Packages: Subscription Boxes