Monthly Archives:: April 2011

Energy Drinks: Time Savers or Wasters?

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How is it possible to manage everything that accompanies college like classes, homework, clubs, intramurals and a social life?  Many college students ask themselves this very question. The consensus? There just aren’t enough hours in the day. So they start cutting into the night hours. Instead of sleep, students end up cracking open the energy… Read more »

National Student Athlete Day!

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If you’re a student-athlete, today is YOUR day. Founded in 1987 by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports, National Student Athlete Day is meant as a celebration of academic, athletic, and stewardship success. Additionally, April 6 marks the 2011 Giant Steps Awards, which honor those who demonstrate a balance of academics, athletics, life pursuits… Read more »

National Grilled Cheese Month

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April is National Grilled Cheese Month—who ever thought something as awesome as this monthly celebration even existed?! I don’t know about you, but I love, love, love grilled cheese sandwiches. And in honor of this wonderful month, here are some tips on the classic sammie that you might enjoy.

Going “One Day Without Shoes”

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Picture your closet. Now focus closer on each pair of shoes you have lying in there. How pairs do you think you see? 5? 10? 20? As a shoe lover, I know my number is even higher than that. In the United States most people have at least one pair of shoes. But that’s not… Read more »

Harmless April Fool’s Jokes (that are still funny…)

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After doing a background check on April Fool’s Day, I’ve concluded that this day’s origin comes down to one monumental moment… April Fool’s! In reality, multiple stories are floating around out there, but it’s unclear exactly how this prankster holiday came about. One popular theory dates back to France in 1582. New Year’s was celebrated the previous… Read more »