Listen, I like to know everything that goes on in my hallway and I don't think there's anything wrong with that. As an RA, you're getting paid to be the Sherlock Holmes of FSU by looking out your peephole and listening intently as people converse in front of your door.
Florida State’s recent loss against Notre Dame may have been inevitable, but fans were not expecting the single greatest sportsball actor visiting the game to show his support for the school whose mascot isn't even a real hunchback.
Veterans Day is more than an excuse to miss class and get absolutely plastered at 10 a.m. on a Monday – it’s also about honoring those that have served in the military in a tasteful and gratuitous way.
November 6th is approaching and everyone is on a yearly political high. If you haven't been drinking your alternative milk or carrying it around as a means to defend yourself whenever bigotry arises, the time to do so would definitely be now.
In recent years, FSU has climbed through the ranks to become one of the Top 25 Preeminent Baddies and now sits at an uncomfortable 26, right on the cusp of being memorable enough that it will no longer be mixed up with UF by anyone outside of Florida.
When 5 p.m. rolls around every Sunday, there is no place I would rather be than browsing the lawless seminoles.com, fighting my fellow classmates to the death for a chance to stand for three hours on bleachers even though there's nothing stopping us from just sitting down.
With Halloween right around the corner, many heathens around campus are beginning to feel the regret of spending an extra two dollars to upgrade a Grande to a Venti at Starbucks sink in.
The cold weather approaching marks the return of a period where your distant Aunt Gertrude swears that mildly cold temperatures mean that global warming is a bunch of liberal hullabaloo and when students realize that showing up to class is perhaps necessary to pass.
Nothing screams football like the warbled groans of FSU’s very own Marching Chiefs as they're told to play the War Chant for the 93rd time in one quarter
Spirits were high in late August as students filed back into Tallahassee with hopes of a winning football season and a luxurious new Target resting on top of the spot tons of Coliseum regulars have definitely thrown up on.