With the weather breaking 60 degrees at the University of Illinois today, some things I missed dearly and others I hoped to never see again have returned. I don't blame either side of my opinion for taking advantage of the weather because this past winter fucking blew to put it lightly. There's really no cute … Continue reading Warm weather brings out the best and worst a college campus has to offer
Cat's out of the bag, I go to the University of Illinois. I'm sure some it could be implied if you've ever looked at a map from this, but NOW you really know. In this series, I'm going to prove to YOU, the readers why general education classes are the biggest money grab known to man. … Continue reading UIUC Gen-Ed’s: Volume 1
The first time I ever wrote this series, I talked about how difficult coloring was for me as a kid. Naturally, as I grow older and hate school more than I did as a kid, the times get harder. Technology has supposedly made school easier, but for me? Forget about it. Going to a private high … Continue reading Color Blind Chronicles: Part 3
Up to this point, college has been a whole lot of meh. The weekends are obviously fun, weeknights are exactly what you'd expect but it is what it is. There were points during the first semester where I highly considered not coming back for my sophomore year and going to community college for a year. … Continue reading Today I realized why I need to stay in school
Dear Dorm Room, I don't miss you, not in the slightest. The two hour car ride flew by today, probably because I was so happy to be leaving you. I came home to my Mother's cooking, which is much better than anything you've ever given me. Instead of chicken breasts that give me the shits, … Continue reading A Letter from the Homefront
The bar scene at my school has a place for everyone. Frat bros? Yep. Minority bars? You betcha. Divorced dad bars? Absolutely. Bars here were like the Wild West up until this year, I guess. Apparently it was absolutely lawless till my time began here and the bar age being 19 here contributes to the … Continue reading I experienced my first bar crawl last night
As I was slaving away to the man inside of the classroom, news broke that Robert Kraft was busted for soliciting prostitution at a massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida. The Patriots owner was one of twenty six men charged with soliciting prosititution by the Jupiter Police Department. https://twitter.com/LeahVossVisuals/status/1098987213654765568 This list reveals a few things to … Continue reading This story doesn’t end happy for Robert Kraft
After being released by the Jacksonville Jaguars, teams were lining up around the block for his services. Bortles has a career record of 24-49, but the former third overall pick has the one trait that matters as a Quarterback- his teammates love him. After the Rams being dissected by the Patriots like Dexter Morgan with … Continue reading Blake Bortles has the best job in the world
The debate as old as time, what the hell is an Oreo? Those who conform to society's standards will all agree that an Oreo is a cookie. Unfortunately, for them, they're extremely wrong and here's why sandwich noun sand·wich| \ ˈsan(d)-ˌwich … Continue reading What is an Oreo?
I celebrated too hard. Hope you did too
https://youtu.be/TbZllc-7sn8 https://youtu.be/TbZllc-7sn8 Stone Cold Steve Austin is one of the coolest mother fuckin' guys to ever walk this planet. Crowd reactions like that just don't exist in the WWE anymore, or any professional wrestling company for that matter, and that's because there will NEVER be another Stone Cold again. Obviously, he was juuusst a bit … Continue reading Happy 3:16 Day
I've been people watching more than I'd like to admit lately. During my discussion sections, of which I make a point to attend, certain types of people tend to sit by each other. No, I'm not talking about people drinking out of different water fountains, riding in the back of the bus or segregated schools. … Continue reading Segregation isn’t dead: my column
Today marks the start of my spring break from the University of Illinois. The news came out that students voted No during student government elections for the adoption of Alma Otter. This was the proudest moment of my entire University of Illinois career. Driving through God's country, it finally hit me with the direction the … Continue reading Alma Otter who?