February 14, 2013

A Hopeless Romantic’s Guide to an Inexpensive Valentine’s Day

It is that time of year again! Love is in the air and hopeless romantics, such as myself, are happy as can be with all the mushy lovey dovey commercials and romantic comedy previews taking over television. Valentine’s Day gives anyone the perfect excuse to indulge in candy and either […]
February 13, 2013

All About Klout

I am addicted to social networking analytics and I’m not exactly sure why. I was never particularly fond of mathematics in school and I can remember celebrating the day I walked out of my last math class in sophomore year, vowing never to take another one again. But something is […]
February 11, 2013

That’s Like So Obvi Totes Adorbs!

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February 7, 2013

A Girl’s Best Friend (Nope, no Diamonds Here)

My dog is probably my most prized possession. As that cliché hypothetical question goes: if there was a fire and I could grab one thing, it would be my four-legged sidekick.  Although technically she would be running ahead of me at full speed, and my hands would be free to […]
December 22, 2012

Happy Holidays!

Thank you so much for reading our blog this past semester! TGC will be closed until the end of January, but we hope you’ll continue enjoying our blog when the spring semester starts. We’ll be back with a new team and lots of great new posts. See you in 2013! […]
December 13, 2012

Leading the Horse to an Empty Lake

Is “Student Athlete” the correct label, anymore? By Joelle Cabasa, Photographer/Videographer Fact: Student athletes fulfill their manifest destiny… as pull-cart mules. Europe in the Georgian era (1700s – 1800s) is today’s college sports.  Before the calmer times of the Victorian era, Europe’s colonialism was rampant across Asian countries. Colonialism, as […]