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For student-athletes, balancing partying, homework, and sleep can be a struggle.
When the DJ was a revolutionary Onto the stage bounds the evening's entertainment, which everyone has come to see. But it's
It's kind of brilliant and pretty much fail-proof.
But they let him start during his domestic violence investigation.
Complain as we might, it's time to accept that bachelor parties are now all-weekend affairs. Affairs that cost half your rent, involve a long flight, and generally leave you in need of another vacation. So why not at least go somewhere original?
By: Andy Kryza The 14 Best College Dining Halls in America But that doesn't mean there isn't room for others. Some of the
I loved who I was when I was drunk. I was witty and confident and fun. But that is me all the time... I just wasn't comfortable being me without the liquid courage. I couldn't find myself when I was sober, because I hadn't tried looking.
Much like party lakes are all about bringing the fun to the water, on a party island, the entire landmass is your playground. But not all islands are created equal -- you'll know a party island when you see one.
Unconvinced? Here's why you should flip the switch on your party habits and hit the dance floor earlier, rather than later.
For many LGBT people past and present, gay clubs and bars were the only place they could find others like them. HuffPost's series "After Dark" shines a spotlight on the artists and icons who have created this sense of community in New York City.
Even if you are newly graduated and daunted by your new life as a "real adult," don't be afraid. Your college self is still there somewhere (probably in your heart and somewhere in the damage to your liver).
We can be afraid of pain, nervously anticipate it, and try to avoid it all costs, or we can choose something different. We can accept it. We can embrace it. We can observe it. We can do whatever we want with it; that is our power. Pain is not inherently good or bad -- pain simply is. We decide the rest.
I do not claim to be the voice of all sober people, but I think many would appreciate having their choice not to drink be accepted for what it is. And even if their choice has something to do with their religion or moral conviction.
Dor colleges that live and breathe that sense of pride, tailgating isn't just a casual endeavor. It is an art form.
Underneath the soft and fuzzy exterior are creatures who battle with their own demons. They are sentient beings who yearn to "get their krunk on", crack a glow stick, and dance around their designer shoes. They are cats who love to party.