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Just as we get settled back in, we leave again. But even in the campus chaos that is the time between breaks, I can’t help but be thankful (maybe it’s the contagious holiday spirit, or maybe it’s the fact that Vanderbilt is just literally my favorite place on Earth).
In my continuous effort to explore every corner of Nashville, I attended a special Broadway-themed performance of the Nashville Symphony (featuring a real-life Disney princess!) and didn't pay a cent.
Not only was my Week of Super-Fun Academic Assessment much more manageable and much less stressful than it would have been had I not carved out the time to be productive, but I also got to do some Nashville exploring.
It's that time of the year again..... KAPPA KAPPA GALA. From experienced ballerinas to doubly left footed beginners, the members of the Kappa sophomore pledge class came together once again to raise money for TAP, RIF, and Paso a Paso.
I decided to stay in Nashville for my fall break, and it was pretty awesome. There is so much to do in Nashville, and I finally got the time to venture out! I tried out a couple of new restaurants and slept a whole lot.
Posted by Jeffrey Yung on October 18, 2015 in College Life, Dining, Fall Break, Movies, Music, Nashville, 100 Oaks Mall, Battles, Bombay, burger up, Exit In, Hattie B's, Hog Heaven, Matt Damon, Opry Mills Mall, pancake pantry, Panda Express, Pepperfire Hot Chicken, Plain White T's, Regal Green Hills, sleep, The Martian, Towers III
My family would often play a game called High-Low. If you haven’t heard of it, what you do is go around and have everyone says his or her “high,” best part of the day and “low,” worst part of the day. Well, my low for the weekend was that at the concert I went to...
Hi. My name is Lee, and I’m a compulsive to-do list maker with a schedule that barely gives me time to eat sitting down. (Cue soft chorus of “hi, Lee”s from the assembled crowd, Styrofoam cups of instant coffee with non-dairy creamer teetering on their knees.)