It wasn’t that long ago when all of us college students were once in high school. However, thinking back that far it seems like it was an eternity. My first day was rough. I had to stand outside in the freezing cold while I waited for the bus. There were a couple of older kids around me spitting slews of cuss words back and forth between each other.
“He ended up gaining the freshman fifteen.” These are words no college student wants to hear or experience. It’s something that our parents and friends warn us about right before giving us a pat on the back and sending us off to college. It’s something that freshmen don’t want to believe to be true until they look in the mirror or on a scale and start to see a difference.
We’ve all been there. It’s the same old going to the DC, looking around and feeling like there is no variety day in and day out. There are the same choices, and the same long lines. The repetition starts to get old, but many people find ways to be creative and try to escape the pattern of eating the same thing everyday.
Written by Debra Eddy. Media by Kelsey Neier. Within our own campus located in the Dietzman building lies our local gem, Jo’s Java. When you need a coffee or a delicious jolt, than look no further than within Jo’ Java. Jo’s Java is a cool comfortable communal place where you can meet your friends and sip a hot coffee on a cool day or a cool drink on hot day.
The Greenville Choral Union and Orchestra will celebrate their 82nd performance of George Frideric Handel’s oratorio Messiah on Sunday, December 2 at 4:00 p.m....