Free lunch (that won’t require you to re-walk up Jeff Hill)

It’s impossibly difficult as a a student of any age to manage to fit time into our schedules for one thing: lunch. Okay, this is a bit dramatic, but still. Class ends, you go home and you have to re-walk (yes RE-WALK) up Jeff or Morton hill. To top it off, the frigid weather is setting in, and there’s almost nothing worse than walking outside for an extra unnecessary 20 minutes or so.

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Free food: The epitome of college life

…or that just might be me.

But nonetheless, who doesn’t love free food? In fact, who doesn’t love free stuff? I’m a huge advocate for enjoying the little things in life, even (okay, especially) if they happen to be free… and edible.

But what’s the best strategy for finding this supposed free food? Trust me, there are tons of ways, from just keeping an eye out to keeping posted on social media.

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Quirky dorm objects you can’t live without (or you just don’t want to)

We all have those strangely quirky objects that, for whatever odd reason, we know we can’t live without. There is no explanation for it, but we feel the indefinite need for these items on a daily basis. They help us cook, clean, work out and whatever other everyday circumstances we happen to find ourselves in. The following items are potential Christmas list material, and they certainly don’t fall short of that list of (semi) necessities we desperately need to survive (okay, I’m being dramatic. This is a serious First World Problem).

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A HallOUween necessity

It seems silly to even think about making a post like this, but real talk, the underclassmen (mainly girls) need to know why wearing a jacket is essential on HallOUween weekend. There are not enough ways to express my detestation for cold weather and, more so, people that choose to dress in scandalous clad during the winter (or in this case, pseudo-fall) season, which is why I’ve compiled a list that’ll make even the most promiscuous of people come to terms with their inner celibates.

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Sober & Uncensored: The Big Mamma’s Burrito

As my first post, I’d like to take things with a little levity in order to familiarize yourself with some of the culture of Athens, even if only about 20 minutes of our Saturday nights are spent waiting in that distressingly long line…

We all know the it’s (quite possibly) the best food ever when we’re out on the town on Saturday night, but have we ever taken a chance to look around (I know, at this point things might be a little blurry) and think: “What else does Big Mamma’s have to offer?”

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