When it comes to picking where you’ll spend four years of your life, should you actually tune into what seems like endless lecturing from those people who know it all your parents?
As you walk into Florida International University you will usually see a few handmade banners. Keep walking and you will find two or three tables with candy and students passing out fliers. This is campus life. Yes, FIU is a commuter college, but that definitely does not mean that our students don’t get involved.
After over 13,000 fans piled into Assembly Hall to watch the Hoosiers win their second exhibition game, students seem excited for the upcoming season — despite predictions for a difficult year.
The Claremont College’s (Men’s) Rugby Football Club (CCRFC) was founded at Pomona College in 1956, a league which today consists of ten teams of 25-30 players each. As the name suggests, the CCRFC is open to students at all of the Claremont Consortium’s schools.
With a long-standing history of student political activism, the University of Michigan, celebrates student interest in politics with an important monument on its central campus. The memorial which depicts legions of university students engaged in a demonstration during the 1968 presidential election greets students’ everyday as they enter central campus. It seems that student interest in and commitment to political issues is part of a greater tradition at the University of Michigan that has lasted over 40 years.
If you ask most students what they think about Columbia Athletics they will most likely nod their head “no” and give a smug smile. Columbia is not known for having a great athletics program. Some teams may have a winning season from time to time, but there are few that are regular competitors for NCAA titles. That being said, Columbia athletics can be a great opportunity to compete, keep in shape, or just have fun.
Aside from D-1 varsity sports, students can get involved in a large variety of sport clubs right on campus. Vanderbilt students are known for being involved in many activities, but the flexibility of club activities gives students a chance to get involved in athletics and meet new people. Whatever a student’s level of expertise or interest may be, chances are the Student Recreation Center probably has it covered. Teams range from traditional sports such as soccer, volleyball and water polo, to more unique sports such as fencing.
If you’re an Ohio State Buckeye fan or a dreaded Michigan fan, you’re probably a little too familiar with the infamous O-H, I-O chant. But what else does a fabulous college of over 50,000 students have to offer? Plenty.
Men’s football and basketball, and women’s volleyball boast the highest attendance records at their games. These are all teams that are doing well and have done well in the past. Their recognition alone encourages students to attend and cheer on their Rams. Sports have a huge impact on Colorado State’s campus.
AirCappella, Vassar College’s whistling a cappella group, has been around for almost four years now, and has certainly made its mark despite its short existence.
Athletics are not a huge deal at UCSB – It’s a relatively young school compared to the big Division 1 institutions and does not have a football team. While non-athletes view the occasional big game as an excuse to party, athletics are still a big dedication for those on a team, but do not consume their life like at other schools.
I often second guess my choices, I have even questioned my decision to attend Brandeis University. I love Brandeis and I don’t regret my choice to attend . With that being said, I wish I had known a bit more about the school before attending.
Boston College looks for well-rounded individuals. A large percentage of the school’s student body competed in varsity level sports in high school. Since not many of these individuals are qualified to play in the varsity sports offered at BC, a D-I school, many compete in the club sports program instead. The Women's Club Ultimate Frisbee Team, called Flix, is among the club sports at BC that combine different recreational elements in order to create a fun, competitive environment.
Penn State doesn’t hate our rival teams. We just love ours too much…and that’s exactly what we will be doing in the stands. Loving our team and waiting for a victory against the Spartans. Let’s go Penn State!
Today, it seems what is left on campus from this freekthinking, bygone era is nothing more than a liberal residue. For CU students today, liberalism foremost prevails as a trendy lifestyle. The lack of political activism does not erase the validity of Boulder’s following, but rather redefines it.
Penn State students are always pumped up for a game, whether it is football, volleyball or another one of our varsity offerings. Our sports programs show our pride and bring unity to the student body.
When it comes to college sports, the University of Michigan can be thought of as the country’s quintessential athletic program. And rightfully so; Michigan Wolverine history is rooted in what makes college sports so entertaining— true school spirit, deep-seeded rivalries, and legendary athletic performances.
Sports at Dartmouth are a crucial past time; in fact it might even be considered a lifestyle. Many students on campus are passionate about sports, often spending all four years at Dartmouth as student-athlete. Not only is it just a form of exercise on campus, but it is also part of the Dartmouth experience.
Here at UNL, students seem to have a one-track sports mind – they are always thinking about football. But students who have branched out and started exploring the other sports at Lincoln will tell you it is well worth it. For instance, lacrosse is popular in some parts of the country, but in Nebraska the sport has only recently begun to gain interest.
Tulane offers a club and intramural sport for every type of student. From rowing, with its grueling workouts and 5:30 a.m. wakeups, to rugby, where bruises are badges of honor, to ping pong, where intensity ranges from friendly to fierce. Sports are largely student directed and wax and wane based on student interests. In recent years the resurgent Tulane Ping Pong Club has soared in popularity and every Thursday night the Reily Center is full of the sounds of ping pong balls on paddles.
The chanting of University of Florida students could be heard miles away as their school spirit overpowered their need to have their voices the next morning. Homecoming week had arrived at UF and nothing was getting in the way of school spirit.
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Hockey is by far the most popular sporting event on campus—many students look forward to the games, and game attendance reaches over 5,000 spectators. Besides hockey, the next two sports most enjoyed by students are football and basketball.
With 21 Hokie athletic teams, an additional 29 club teams, 21 intramural sports and the ever-present orange and maroon attire worn by students daily, it’s clear that sports play a huge role at Virginia Tech.
If you are a student at the University of Rhode Island, then you know that when the middle of October rolls around, it is time for Homecoming. It is one of the few weekends of the year that the student body comes together, participating in activities and mingling with each other as well as the many alumni who come to celebrate.
With such a beautiful campus and outdoorsy culture, it is easy to see why students prefer hiking around campus instead the gym facilities to get their workout. Although the latter is definitely less popular, plenty of students who had opinions about the Office Of Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (OPERS) facilities on campus.
Homecoming always takes place at the end of October, the perfect time of year in Tucson. The intense desert heat has cooled to 75-80 degree weather, so everyone can enjoy the outdoor activities.
Colgate University has a pretty impressive athletic resume, especially if you consider its size. With only 2,700 students in attendance, Colgate boasts a remarkable twenty-five Division I teams, a golf course that’s ranked in the top five collegiate courses in the nation, and the number two spot on the list of America’s Fittest Colleges, according to Men’s Fitness Magazine. As is the case with many small schools, athletic attendance can sometimes leave much to be desired. However, for annual favorites, namely Homecoming Weekend and the Colgate-Cornell Ice Hockey game, Colgate students are never short on spirit.
One of the most interesting, and definitely untapped sports at UCSC would have to be the UCSC Racquetball team. I sat down with Reid Parson, the president of the team to ask him a few questions about his experience with the sport of racquetball.
When asked to name his favorite aspect of club water polo at Carleton, Brendan Cassidy, a sophomore from California and co-captain of the water polo team, responded, “The same thing as my favorite thing about Carleton: the great people. Water polo is our only common interest, we’re a bunch of really different people…but somehow this crazy group comes together a few times a week and ends up having a great time.”
With so many important issues at stake in this presidential election, it’s interesting to note that UCI has distanced itself from the pack by focusing on all the issues and presenting each side in a harmonious way.
If you had asked a University of Richmond student last semester what they thought about the political atmosphere on campus, you would have probably been told that the overwhelming political mood was generally one of apathy. Students were just too busy to care about politics and a far-off election in the face of tomorrow’s exam and Monday’s ten-page paper. This semester, however, things are different.
Of course, there are rules to follow if you want to be a supportive fan of KU sports. It’s not all screaming and hollering down to Mass. Street when we win the Orange Bowl or make it to the Final Four—even if we do both in one year. There are important decrees and traditions, set forth by generations of University of Kansas students before us.
Emory University is located just ten minutes from downtown Atlanta, where most of the nightlife and restaurants are located. Emory’s upperclassmen usually frequent downtown Atlanta.
1. Greek Life: As an international student, I had no idea what “Greek Life” was. I didn’t know why fraternities and sororities existed, and I surely didn’t understand, once I got here, why students thought it was such a big deal to be part of one.
School traditions appear all over campus at Ohio State. Students might engage in an O-H versus I-O shouting match, just by walking to class. At OSU, it’s athletics that bring campus traditions to the forefront. Sporting events unite the scarlet and gray, and provide a unique experience for Buckeye students.
When it comes to college life, the surrounding cities, shops, and restaurants make all the difference. Pick the wrong college and you could be stuck on weekends with no where to go. Will you love your university when you get there only to realize it’s in the middle of nowhere? If you go to George Mason University, odds are you won’t be racking your brain for trendy and worthwhile experiences. Whereas some colleges have cows in their campus backyards, you’ll have the nation’s capital.
Many schools require students to live on campus during freshman year; however, Western Michigan University allows students, including freshmen, to make the choice of living on or off campus on their own. Many students choose to live in the dorms because the typical college life is easier to access. But others choose to live off campus in apartments or houses because they love the idea of finally “living on their own.”
Basketball, baseball, synchronized skating and water polo. These are just four out of 29 club sports offered at the University of Delaware. The most unique of them all has to be Trap and Skeet.
The general atmosphere on UVM’s campus is very brisk and lively, which is reflected in the profound interest and involvement with athletics.
If you go to a sporting event at the University of Rhode Island, you’re likely to witness a sea of students wearing their blue “rhody nation” t-shirts. URI students are definitely not front-runners. They’re always there to support their teams whether they win or lose.
For many Tar Heel alumni, homecoming is a chance to return to the school they loved for a weekend of football and showing off their old stomping grounds to family and friends. For those of us that are still students, however, homecoming is more than a football game. The football game is simply the culmination of a week full of concerts, themed dress-up days, free food, and countless giveaways. While we always hope to win the game, it’s undeniable that UNC’s homecoming, known as RAMpage, is more than just one game.
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At Denison University athletics can be either “hot” or “cold.” Some sports get large numbers of fans, while others only get a handful.
The past few weeks at Conn College have been politics, politics, politics – and it’s not even October. From newspaper editorials to campaign bumper stickers, the election is on everyone’s mind.
A long line of 7,500 excited Penn State students and local residents waited outside Rec Hall two hours prior to the program’s beginning on Oct. 27, 2008. A group of about 50 Penn State students stood on the other side of the road, protesting the event. Why all of the spectators and excitement? Sarah Palin, the Republican vice presidential candidate, was arriving to speak at 8 pm.
Football is not-jokingly referred to as the “most popular religion in Nebraska.” It comes with the territory as a Husker student. Many parents have matching window stickers that say “Husker Mom” and “Husker Dad.” A little much? Maybe for some, but not here in Nebraska.
Not even miserable weather or a heartbreaking loss could deter the success of homecoming weekend at Ohio State. Despite cold, rainy conditions, the scarlet and gray weekend resulted in a flourishing 87th Homecoming at OSU.
It is plain and simple: BC kids love BC football, whether they actually like football or not. They love the tailgates before the game, annoying our component with chants during the game, and standing for hours as one.
In 1985 Villanova pulled of one of the greatest upsets in sports history. Villanovans young and old, Villanovans who were not even born when the game took place remember the game as the single greatest moment in the University’s history.
Dartmouth College is definitely a place that one comes away from with a more sound and educated political perspective of the nation, as well as a respect for the ideals and decisions of others who don’t share the same values or pursuits as oneself.
Athletics are a very important part of UA life. Because the UA is so large, sports are a great way for students of all backgrounds and interests to come together in their love for their school.
Florida State University students are far from apathetic when it comes to their school’s athletics. On game day, obsession with the Seminoles is evident in packed stands, painted faces and expletives against arch-rival University of Florida.
Case students represent a wide variety of people with different interests. Even if they don’t have time for varsity athletics, intramurals and club sports present outstanding alternatives as well as a large group of supportive spectators for each sport.
Carleton is renowned for its stellar academics and intellectually engaging atmosphere, but athletics are also an important part of campus life.
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Aside from the hallowed men's hockey squad, Boston University sports teams generally find themselves playing for an unenthusiastic and small crowd, or none at all.
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On the night of November 4th, 2008 hundreds of students flooded outside their dormitories to scream Obama’s name and celebrate his landslide victory.
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Denison is a very close-knit community with only about 2,000 students, so you get to know people in every year. When homecoming weekend arrives around mid-October, all students are very excited to see the recent graduates. This reunion is highly anticipated, with everyone interested in knowing who is still dating, where people are working (or trying to work) and whether or not it is weird being back on campus. Football is not the center of homecoming — the recent alums are.
Each year students, faculty and Buckeye fans await anxiously for homecoming week. It’s a time for sororities and fraternities to join together for philanthropy projects and themed gatherings to get Buckeye fans pumped for the most anticipated game of the year. Oh yeah, and how could you forget HOMECOMING COURT?
At a recent event for the U’s Honors cohort of the Community Leadership Scholars at the State Capitol, Josh Romney, the son of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, said that the media, as liberal as it is, shifted its attention during this past year’s rallies from the issues of Iraq to immigration to foreign policy to, more currently, the economy — as if suddenly the previous issues didn’t matter anymore.
Pitzer will now have an opportunity to demonstrate its ability to maintain its standards of care, as it grows into its rising reputation.
School-sponsored viewing parties for the debates and party conventions were both well attended, and it’s not uncommon to find “Palin Power!” or “Vote for Change, Vote Obama” scribbled in neon colored chalk on the ground in front of our dining hall. With all of this fuss made over the candidates themselves, however, are there any particular issues that have attracted the attention of UR students?
With materials provided by the Campaign for Change office in downtown Bloomington as well as Obama offices across the state, many IU College Democrats have been given the opportunity to help promote their candidate, while the smaller and less represented Students for McCain tend to be less present on campus.
The political buzz is at an all time high and students couldn’t be paid to shut up about their opinions. There are quite a few local and national issues that are hot topics right now.
Probably the biggest concern of Virginia Tech students is the economy — something that reflects the opinions of the entire nation. In an informal, anonymous survey done at Virginia Tech, 78 percent of respondents chose the economy as the most pressing concern of the election among other issues such as foreign policy, the war in Iraq and various social issues.
It doesn’t take new students or visitors long, however, to notice an ostensibly different group of friends towards the back of the dining hall. Their table is adorned with a white linen tablecloth and electric candles.
Matt Workman said, “Sarah Palin had a good go of it. But she winked at the camera. How can you take someone who is running to be the Vice President seriously if during the middle of the debate you turn to the camera and wink?!”
The sun was beating down on the crowd, sweat was trickling down my back and people complained of dehydration—yet, no one let it stop them from waiting for Michelle Obama and Jill Biden to make their appearance.
I should have known that homecoming at Penn State was going to be a big deal, but being a freshman, I had never experienced it before. We're a big campus. We're in the Big Ten and to be frank, we think and know that we are a big deal. As we like to say, “We are Penn State!”
True to Penn State’s diverse population is the student body’s opinion on what issues are important in the 2008 presidential election. With students from different countries, backgrounds, and political standings, students are concerned with a wide range of issues.
Political activism at Penn State University this fall is at an all time record high. The election is a hot issue and there’s more than a chance that a liberal
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While Rutgers may not be the most politically heated or outspoken university in the United States, there are still a number of political issues that are significant to the school’s students.
The student body that makes up “The State University of New Jersey” seems to have accepted their consistent blue-state status for the most part and shows little need for a heated political atmosphere.
Students see the importance of their vote, but don’t feel extremely motivated to get active in areas specifically around the election. While UW-Madison is taking great strides in increasing youth participation in the vote, participation otherwise is somewhat limited.
I feel as if I’m running out of time. I may not have even liked the clubs I might have joined, but at least I would be learning something about the school and about myself.
University of Wisconsin is home to some of the world’s leading HIV research; sustainable agricultural methods have been developed on campus the campus itself. However, unless it is one of our nationally renowned parties - Halloween, Mifflin, or…every weekend — mass amounts of students are not motivated to get involved.
Be open to everything, but if the shoe doesn’t fit, don’t force it. With a student body as diverse as Bryn Mawr’s, if you’re willing to look, you’re sure to come across some wonderful friendships. Perhaps when you least expect it.
Under the infamous academic load of Case Western Reserve University, there is a quiet consensus within the student body that Case students are by and large liberal. In lecture halls, on building walls, on doors and windows, “Vote for Obama” stickers are visible everywhere.
While students might not agree on which candidate they’d like to see sworn in next January, there is one point on which they see eye-to-eye: here at Colgate, being informed is now the norm.
The University’s policy against ROTC recruiters stems from the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell policy.” As Columbia University President Lee Bollinger wrote in an e-mail sent to the student body, “Under the current policy of the Defense Department, openly gay and lesbian students could or would be excluded from participating in ROTC activities. That is inconsistent with the fundamental values of the University.” Most students at Barnard College agree with President Bollinger’s reasoning.
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The long awaited presidential election between Republican candidate John McCain and Democrat, Barack Obama, is heating up the political climate at NYU. Some students are choosing sides based on the issues, while others are taking a more independent stance and not deciding whom to vote for until Election Day.
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With the 2008 election only two weeks away, UD students are evaluating the issues that affect them in order to make a decision of who to vote for. Some of these topics include the War, the economy, and healthcare.
The presidential election has had an obvious effect on students across the country, and University of Virginia students are no exception. As a politically balanced campus, there is a diverse range of opportunities for students to get involved.
UCSB is a highly politically active campus. In fact, we have more registered voters per capita than any other university in the nation according to the United States Student Association.
As I’m beginning my sophomore year, I can’t help but notice how much of a difference a year makes in terms of understanding how and where you are OR knowing yourself and your surroundings . At this point in my college career, I’ve settled into a variety of routines, established a central group of friends, and have essentially found my place in the Pitzer College community.
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At Pitzer college the greatest galvanizer of students is not the big game or a legendary campus party, but rather the nation’s biggest political spectacle — the presidential election. No topic aggravates or invigorates the average Pitzer student like politics.
The Republican voice is definitely not stifled at FSU. With a schedule so over-packed it is difficult for the average college student's attention to be caught by a topic as “boring” as politics. However, the political climate has proven to be very different this year- the presidential election is the most popular topic discussed on campus.
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