With the conclusion of football in December and the season’s euphoria wearing off, spring semester can become monotonous for students, but there are plenty of events that can keep you busy. The big question is: Do you watch from home or go to these events?
Should you save, or should you splurge?
Ever wanted to learn how to swing and twist like those in “Saturday Night Fever” and “Step Up”? Many in Columbia feel the same way, and dance-themed nights can meet several tastes and styles and are sure to provide some entertainment for you and your friends.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles
For out-of-state students, finding a way back home can be time-consuming. Why would you want to waste your hours researching travel options when Five Points is calling your name? Luckily, for all those students heading downtown instead of scouring the net for the best bargain, we have some travel options for you.
We are coming to the end of the first decade of a new millennium, and what better way to celebrate than to party? We all know that everyone here at USC loves a good theme party, but these parties are starting to lack originality. So, take a look back through the past 10 years for some inspiration, and party on.
Asking if our University is spending too much on going green is like asking if UNICEF is spending too much on saving children. This is one of those situations where one must look at the bigger picture. By investing money in green initiatives now, our school is taking early steps to ensure that our world will continue to be a place in which we can comfortably live. The preservation of our environment and its resources determines the future survival of all living things including plants, humans and animals. Going green not only helps save energy and natural resources, it also benefits the environment by reducing water, air and ground pollution among many other things.