Getting shot by Nerf guns can be fun, as anyone who participated in the Oct. 21 zombie tag event organized by Student Programs can attest to.
Finding a job now is difficult enough as it is. Being a student and trying to find a job is even harder
We have all experienced both sides of the unrequited see-saw of love and learned that neither side is a playground. Properly handling the situation integrally and directly can be difficult to execute if the truth is hurtful. Halloween celebrates all of existence beyond our five senses.
Beauty was awoken by not a kiss but by the soft intimate caresses of a man. She was taken body and soul for all she was worth by the handsome and wealthy prince of a far-off kingdom. The kingdom he travelled so far from is well known for a reputation of whisking off young princes and princess and delivering them into servitude for subjects’ own delight and pleasure.
It’s no secret that the economy has taken its toll on college students. While some students are fortunate enough to receive financial aid, others are not all are this fortunate. And even those that do receive some form of aid still find themselves struggling through their college years.
Everyone has a secret; Everyone has something that they are ashamed of. Most of the time they are harmless.
Going green doesn’t require spending a lot of money. In fact, with some simple steps you can use nature to your own benefit. I’m going to teach you how to make a solar backpack for under $50. It will be able to charge your iPod or any USB device as long as the sun is making contact with your backpack. It’s not the most practical for use in dismal Washington, but at least have bragging rights that you made a solar backpack on your own.
People will vote on Initiative 1100 where they are to choose yes to privatize liquor or no to maintain the Washington State Liquor Control Board to continue the operation and distribution of spirits in the state.
Cassandra Gonzales Contributing writer The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court currently are deliberating a
Dear Sophie, I really like this girl I work with. I want to ask her out, but I am scared to be rejected. She is always friendly to me, but I just can’t tell if she likes me back. What should I do?