It’s time to plan that outdoors trip with your closest friends (or maybe a mountain weekend). If you’re lacking the right gear, don’t fret! Check out these three stores, and even the most amateur will be sure to find everything he or she needs to be prepared for the great outdoors.
Looking to pimp your ride and driving, biking and walking aren't doing it for you?
Check out these alternative forms of transportation if you want to turn a burdensome commute into the best part of your day.
Spice up your school life with some of this fall’s fresh, cool and interesting courses.
Another year down; another year to go. How will you ever get through that Constitutional Law class along with Advanced Arabic Language II? You know that when you check out RateMyProfessor.com, the teachers’ ratings for Intro to Econ aren’t going to have any more smiley faces than when you checked last semester – not to mention that you are behind on your English requirements because you decided to delay taking Rhetoric and Composition. Don’t kill yourself with another semester of dull, tedious classes.
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.