Tragedy struck in Gainesville, Florida, this weekend as hundreds of $25,000 pieces of résumé-ready paper were destroyed in mere seconds - and this year, it was not by the ceremonial dumping of Gatorade onto the graduates.
Gainesville’s rejoicing over their new Cheesecake Factory was cut short after news broke that the only thing the University of Florida has to offer, an off-campus bar and restaurant called The Swamp, would be torn down.
As the semester comes to a close, the drudgery of the last few exams, projects and papers has begun to weigh down on a lot of students, especially in this political climate.
Board shorts and midday benders have already made their appearances at numerous tiny apartment complex pools around town as the weather slowly crawls its way to the high 110s.
It’s that time of year! Your computer has crashed so many times that its like Y2K all over again, Canvas continues to collectively lose its shit and students are exercising their last shreds of freewill by roasting the living hell out of their professors through course evaluations.
Artistic, Community-Building, Horny--these are only a handful of the many words that one can use to describe the daily happenings at FSU’s infamous Askew Student Life Center.
With the wafting scents of $15 gourmet hotdogs and Boomerang Instagram stories of that one Ferris wheel, it’s clear that the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has arrived.
In all senses of the phrase, Florida State’s football team played themselves once again in this weekend’s Spring Game.
It seems that we students are constantly presented with the daunting task of deciding what classes to take next semester as we further ruin our lives.
Some of the nation’s greatest rivalries are attributed to institutions like Army versus Navy or Michigan versus Ohio State, but both pale in comparison to the rivalry at what is the considered to be the oldest continuous site of higher education in the state of Florida: FSU’s University Ambassadors and Orientation Leaders.