As the school year comes to a close, so does my blogging. After a full semester of blogging I can say that I have learned a lot about how to write for an audience. I am very thankful for those who have followed my blog. If you would like to continue to be informed about … Continue reading So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu
Summer is right around the corner which means school is out and people are looking for fun outdoor activities to keep them busy. The greatest part about the warm weather is that it opens endless amounts of activities for you. I have put together a list of some of my favorite summer activities. Go to … Continue reading Fun in the sun
Harry's Chocolate Shop opened its doors in 1919 to the residents of West Lafayette. It's full of rich tradition and has an atmosphere like no other. From watching sports to drinking with friends and eating endless free popcorn, Harry's caters to everyone over 21. During the prohibition era it was rumored that Harry's had an … Continue reading Go Ugly Early
Karaoke is either your worst nightmare or an opportunity for you to show why you were the star of your high school choir. Either way it can be a fun way to spend a night with friends. This past Tuesday I had my first ever Karaoke experience in West Lafayette. Every Tuesday night 308 on … Continue reading Are we human or are we singer(s)?
What's better than having a wine night with your friends? Painting while you're doing it of course. Last weekend I went to a wine and paint event with my friends. We went to a place in Lafayette where it cost $30 per person to paint and then you had to pay separately for your alcohol. … Continue reading Let your creativity flow
Grand Prix has turned into a reason for Purdue students to spend the week partying and having fun but it did not start out that way. Since the annual Grand Prix event is about to race for its 60th year I thought I would share some interesting facts about the history of Grand Prix. The … Continue reading Grand Prix turns 60
Here comes Peter Cottontail hoppin' down the bunny trail hippity hoppin', Easter's on its way. This Sunday April 16th the Easter bunny is coming for a visit and there are many eggcellent activities in West Lafayette and Lafayette you can do to celebrate. 1. Visit the Easter Bunny Get your beautiful family picture with the … Continue reading Roger? Bugs? Thumper? Oh, wait it’s the Easter Bunny
Every year Kappa Delta has a Shamrock event put on by their chapter. This year they held a carnival at Marriott Hall on Purdue's campus. The event was March 25th from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and the chapter raised $15,838.70 for Prevent Child Abuse America and the YWCA of Lafayette. Stay tuned for … Continue reading Kappa Delta KΔrnival
April 7th (tomorrow) is National Beer Day. While this may seem like a made up holiday it gives you a great excuse to grab some friends and hit the bars. I found some local deals in West Lafayette for every day of the week where you can get your beers cheap. Monday- Scotty's Brewhouse: $6 48oz … Continue reading Bring on the beer
Wasabi is a Japanese plant that is made into a paste and served with sushi. It should be eaten in small amounts because it is very spicy. According to an article On Huffington Post, 90% of the time you think you're eating wasabi, you're actually eating horseradish. Outside of Japan wasabi is rare and is usually … Continue reading Wasabi or horse radish?