After FSU's Food and Drug Administration finally agreed to hear the cries of our hungry, tired student body, we will no longer be forced to chase down the infamous Stake n’ Shake food truck in hopes of munchin’ on some temperate hamburgers, strangely soft fries or even sip on the ghost of spoiled milkshakes’ past.
In a surprisingly liberal turn of events this week, the administration at Florida State has decided to provide access to emotional support cats for every freshman that hits a poorly-rolled blunt once at a dorm pregame and immediately throws up or becomes convinced that the FBI is stationed outside of Landis Hall with heat-detecting cameras.
Spelling errors happen all the time: in simple texts to friends, important papers that are worth 98% of your grade and even in your resume, which is definitely the reason why that internship didn't hire you.
Few feelings can compete with the amount of exhilaration and euphoria that comes with watching your football team barely achieve their first victory of the season against an unknown team they’d already paid an indecent amount of money to face off against.
If you've thought of parking literally anywhere on campus after 9 am, you must either hate yourself or are prepared to enter into a deathmatch with dozens of other drivers in any of the small, already filled parking garages.
FSU's community found itself in shambles after yesterday's heartbreaking game, where we were not tragically beaten by a team with a mascot probably named after the Hokey Pokey, but by our own offensive players.
Good morning to every frat boy who has risen from the dead after puking their brains out last night and is now officially ready to rally for today's game! Today marks a historic day for FSU as our football team plays their first game with Willie Taggart as head coach.
With the start of football season reminding us that the only real worth this school has lies in our ability to toss around a giant Cadbury egg for four hours at a time, the hype surrounding FSU’s legendary concert has begun to sweep through campus.
Starting college can be scary, even if you didn’t attend a virtual high school like that one kid from Queer Eye. Luckily for you, the super hot, cool and well-adjusted writers on our staff have compiled helpful tips for getting through your first week of school!