This drink is exactly what you need after the whirlwind year of 2020: intense, bright, tart and super easy to make at your convenience. Although this drink is a twist on a classic coconut martini, the pineapple adds a balance of sweetness and acidity. Just make sure to get “turnt” responsibly and enjoy your drink.
Making a Comebacks
Switch it Up
“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”
Pick Up Lines:
Are you French? Because ma-damn, you’re fine.
Didn’t I see you on the cover of Vogue?
Is there an airport nearby, or is it my heart taking off?
I think you’re suffering from a lack of vitamin me.
If I followed you home, would you keep me?”
“CDC: Wear a mask! Social Distance! Get the Vaccine!
CDC: Don’t eat raw cookie dough
Me: I’ll see you in hell”
“I will jump out the shower naked just to skip a song, idc”
“Ugh I was supposed to perform WAP at the inauguration today but I had a dentist appointment :(:(“
“Chosen Ones” Veronica Roth (HMH Books, 2020)
“Hard Times” Charles Dickens (Bradbury and Evans, 1854)
“The 48 Laws Of Power” Robert Greene (Penguin Books, 2000)
“A Promised Land” Barack Obama (Crown, 2020)
Word Of The Month
to confuse (someone)
Popular Songs (#1 Billboards)
WAP – Cardi B & Megan the Stallion
Adore You -Harry Styles
Blinding Lights- The Weeknd
Lose You To Love Me – Selena Gomez
Rain On Me- Ariana Grande & Lady Gaga
Say So -Doja Cat
Cardigan- Taylor Swift
Drivers License – Olivia Rodrigo
Stuck With You- Justin Bieber & Ariana Grande
College Tips for Freshman
Make your classes your top priority. As an incoming college student, you’ve got to be thinking about all kinds of opportunities that will emerge. From living in some cool new city to possibilities of going to “crazy college parties,” you are probably thinking about all kinds of exciting things that college has to offer.
Shoot for perfect attendance in your classes. Sure, this goal may be hard to achieve- but at least shoot for it. Attendance is a better predictor of success in college than is just about anything. It is a better predictor of college GPA than are SAT scores, for instance.
Don’t even come close to plagiarizing. There is nothing worse than plagiarism. Students who are called out on plagiarism may claim that they didn’t know that they were doing constituted plagiarizing, and they often are surprised when professors take punitive actions.
Take notes with a good old pen and paper. Occasionally, a student will take notes with a laptop or Ipad. This makes your professors wary. Writing out notes during class is a critical skill that will help you best learn the material.
5 ½ Ways to Stay Active
Take the Plunge If you’ve always wanted to try ice skating or table tennis, then go for it!
Get Moving Even if a 6 a.m. jog sounds like a nightmare, a hike out in nature or a stroll around campus can be a great way to clear your head.
Fitness Classes Visit the UE Fitness Center for classes like yoga, kickboxing and line dancing.
Connect with Friends Meet new friends and connect with old ones through activities like intramural sports or a weekly bike ride.
Volunteer There are plenty of ways to give back to your community while staying fit. Walking dogs at the humane society is the ultimate win-win.
½ – DON’T FORGET TO DRINK WATER!!!!! STAY HYDRATED.
Oregon– It’s illegal to practice occult arts like fortune-telling, astrology and spiritualism.
North Carolina– It’s illegal to hold a meeting or demonstration while wearing a mask, hood or other costumes. The law sounds random but was likely passed to crack down on Ku Klux Klan activities in the state.
Nevada– It’s illegal to sit down or lie down on a public sidewalk.
Missouri– In Jefferson, Missouri it’s illegal to have more than two in a particular location during a garage sale. Also, a garage sale can’t last longer than three days and must be held within certain hours.
Michigan– It’s illegal for a person to be intoxicated on a train.
Maryland– In Rockville, it’s illegal to curse, swear or use obscene language.