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?
Warmer weather makes your pets crave the outdoors which can make them a little annoying. My roommate's cat Athena loves going outside even though she is an indoor cat. She moews non-stop at the door until you take her out. A good way to stop the begging and satisfy your pet is to take … Continue reading Let them roam
Springtime at Purdue brings many activities to campus from Grand Prix to Spring Fest. Everyone looks forward to different events during the season including one student, Lauren Lewis who is looking forward to three big events on campus. "I love Ag week because it's fun seeing all the farm animals on campus and I love … Continue reading How far can you spit a cricket?
March 20th marks the first day of Spring and the last official day of Winter. This season brings big smiles, happy feelings and hopefully sunshine. Spring Fever has hit and people are ready to bring out their shorts and flip flops and put their convertible tops down. Unfortunatley the weather doesn't always agree and it … Continue reading Spring Fever
St. Patrick's Day is this Friday March 17th and there are many things you can do to get ready for this holiday. Monday through Friday, I will provide you with an activity a day to make sure you celebrate the right way and who knows, maybe you'll find a pot of gold at along the … Continue reading Spring into your vacation
March means basketball season and with basketball season comes a lot of traveling for the team. The University of Michigan basketball team was traveling to Washington D.C. yesterday and had an unfortunate mishap with their plane. The high winds caused the airplane to run off the runway when it had to abort takeoff. Luckily no one was … Continue reading University of Michigan is shaken but not stirred
I will be live tweeting former Miss America Nina Davuluri's diversity and inclusion speech tonight from 6:30-7:30 p.m. The speech is part of International Women's Week and is entitled "Promoting a Platform of Inclusion: Achieve Your Dreams by Embracing Your Identity." It is free for the public to attend and will take place on Purdue University … Continue reading Nina Davuluri Circles of Unity
Check out my storify to see how fans reacted to Cage the Elephant's Purdue performance this past Saturday.
“Money don’t grow on trees. I got bills to pay, I got mouths to feed. There ain’t nothing in this world for free.” The electric crowd screamed the words to “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” at Cage the Elephant's concert in Elliott Hall last night. The shaking floors did nothing to phase the fans … Continue reading There ain’t no rest for the wicked
February means it's time for groundhog Phil to come out of his hole to see if he can see his shadow. This year Phil saw his shadow and determined that we're going to have 6 more weeks of winter. Since it doesn't feel like it is going to get warmer any time soon, here are … Continue reading Thanks a lot Phil