Unconventional Power Couples

By Elayza Gonzalez Sorry Jay and Bey, but it’s time someone else gets their day in the sun (even though you’ll always be #GOALS). Power couples are defined as two individuals who are equally strong, independent and dynamic and together can conquer the world. In today’s day and age, it’s important to acknowledge power couples don’t need to consist of a man and a woman … Continue reading Unconventional Power Couples

Running Outside the Lines: The Color Run 2014

By Rachel Kurland Almost 4,000 people, including 100 volunteers, were in attendance for The Color Run on Sept. 27 on Bo Diddley Community Plaza. This lively 5K stops in more than 140 cities, so what makes it so special here in Gainesville? This year, The Color Run partnered with local charities Peaceful Paths and Camp Kesem. Peaceful Paths promotes violence-free relationships, and Camp Kesem gives … Continue reading Running Outside the Lines: The Color Run 2014

Seinfeld Life Lesson: The Talk Show Conversation Method

By Sam Blend So you’re walking around campus when suddenly, you see somebody that isn’t really your favorite person walking toward you. You’re probably thinking, “CRAP. (Insert name here) is headed in my direction … they definitely see me… Wait! Maybe they don’t … I think my sunglasses will throw them off … Oh, nope. They definitely do. And now they’re walking over.” Sometimes it’s … Continue reading Seinfeld Life Lesson: The Talk Show Conversation Method