I want you to eat better food, and Minneapolis is an excellent place to start the habit. I’ve spent the last 4 ½ years sorting through the dross to find some food worth eating. You may say, but Tyler, I’m a poor college student. And I don’t have a car. And Applebee’s is cheap. Quit making excuses. If you have those problems, you can still eat better food. If you don’t have those problems, what are you waiting for?
Sometimes I just don’t feel like walking all the way to the weight room and getting all sweaty in the middle of the day. Treadmills are on my hate list and I really have no desire to lift anymore (college sports will do that to you). So what’s a girl to do?
When I talk about my love for Pride and Prejudice, it is in no way about the 2005 version with Keira Knightley. No, in fact, I am talking about the 1995 TV mini-series starring the one and only Colin Firth. My mom and I have watched the six-hour DVD set more times than I can remember. It has become a mother-daughter tradition every time I am home. If you want a great way to spend six hours, this is it.
The debate over a government facilitated, national healthcare plan is the forefront political topic in the United States. The debates, the protests, and the bad blood of the Middle Eastern wars have been eclipsed by an issue that hits much closer to home.
Intramural basketball has provided fans with a great first half to the season. Not only have the games been exciting to watch, but the fans have been extremely supportive by coming out and packing the stands for almost every game. But in case you have not been able to make it out to any games yet this season, do not fear because the next half of the season is shaping up to be just as exciting as the first, and you have an entire month of great games to come to.