Tag Archives: partying

Getting enough sleep in college

From pulling all-nighters to partying all night, college students are notorious for not getting enough sleep, but, like everything else, there are serious consequences that many are unaware of. Georgianna Negron-Long, a health educator in the Student Health and Counseling ...

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Tailgating the Rebel way

The Saturday buzz around the city of Oxford, Miss. from the residents and the students attending the University of Mississippi is simply about the motto, “We might lose the game, but we’ll never lose the party.”

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Lecture to discuss the business behind Cinco de Mayo

Margaritas, tacos and plenty of cerveca are what many Americans think of as Cinco de Mayo rolls around each spring. But a UCLA professor believes that most don’t have a clue behind the reasoning for the celebration.

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Part ways with the party

We college kids are generally regarded as a hard-core, drinking, partying bunch. Society has probably always thought kids in the 18-23 age range are a bunch of partiers anyway, but I can’t help but think that the party mentality has recently reached a fever pitch.

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Greeks bury stereotypes

Partying and hazing have been synonymous with sororities and fraternities for decades. Fresno State Greeks, however, are working to change that stereotype.

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Allie at Random: Party Themes

Allie provides creative alternatives to the run-of-the-mill college party theme in this Allie at Random.

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The effects of too much

Overindulgence. For some reason this word has been on my mind lately.

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College town party paper isn’t for everyone

COLUMBIA, Mo.—Ah, college life. All-night study sessions in the library. Professors challenging the conventional wisdom. Snowball battles on the quad. Get real.

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