Wipe the dust off those textbooks you’ve maybe used once to a smush a bug or as a surface table for painting your nails, and start to panic, tigers. It’s almost… FINALS WEEK. DUN. DUN. DUN.
In what began as a pretty-ordinary evening filled with blue lipstick and vodka filled-flasks at LSU’s annual Groovin’ on the Grounds last Thursday night, ended in what a group of six freshmen describe as a “spiritual awakening” as soon as singer/song writer/glitter aficionado, Kesha took the stage to perform her hot new single, “We R Who We R When We R Drunk n Also When We R Dancing.”
Are you fat and fed up? Have all of your dreams of shedding your winter coat been completely obliterated by quesaritos and happy hour specials? Would you like to confidently run around the beach in a tribal printed bikini (or speedo) on SB2K17 without being mistaken for a beach whale?
Whether you’re a 35-year-old student still in a love affair with Fred’s, or a now-classy senior who steers clear of it, you’ve been here, we’ve all been here, and probably will be, tonight.
You may have seen them around campus: all huddled up in the quad, blowing out sick clouds, muddling up your vision/pathway to class. But what this underground society at LSU longs for is more than a chill spot to blow their rings up into.
Chaconas, 21, claims he is angered by such, “Deceiving signs,” and in addition, believes he should be able to park in Greek-only sections due to his obvious Greek heritage.
As LSU gets closer to finding its consecutive tiger, Mike VII (after the passing of Mike VI this past July) activists from the Women and Gender Studies’ college petition LSU to open their doors to its’ first ever, gender-neutral tiger, after decades of traditionally all-male cats. Nellie Bena, junior at LSU and leader of the […]