Your Martin Luther King Jr. weekend may have been fun, maybe you drank a lot, maybe you partied, maybe you just enjoyed the time off of school and/or work. But no way was it as wild as 21 year old Megan Hinds of Indiana University’s MLK jr. day. The co-ed was on a weekend-long drinking bender (we’ve all been there) and decided it would be a good idea to steal food from sandwich chain ‘Jimmy Johns’, when the cops were called she ended up hitting one in the drunken struggle that proceeded and now faces a felony battery charge. According to the police statement via IDS News: “At about 6:30 p.m. officers responded to a call from the sandwich shop at 430 E. Kirkwood Ave. about a woman trying to steal food, Bloomington Police Department Capt. Steve Kellams said. When officers arrived employees pointed them to Hinds, who was still
We’ve all had those mornings when we’ve woken up and been too drunk to remember what happened the night before, yikes. Below people share some of the funniest, craziest, and just downright strange things drunk people have done or said in their presence… 15.”Had to convince my friend not to jump in the pool because he thought “This water is 2016 water, I gotta jump before it becomes 2017 water!” It wasn’t even a pool party.” 14. “My girlfriend started puking, and between outbursts says ‘At least this is all good wine, it doesn’t taste so bad coming up!’” 13. “We had a bunch of friends over at our house last night for the new year’s celebration. It was starting to wind down and a group of them were having trouble finding a cab home. So one of them passes out on the couch because the wait had been
There are so many people on campus, yes we get that! But this is when we flashback to high school… Instead of “cliques” there are “squads” these are just some of the basic squads you’ll see at college. (This is not meant in any way to be stereotypical, i’m just saying these exist.) 10. The Nerds- The kids who are always studying.. I mean it, they never leave the library. You can always find them with their nose in a book, or a cheat sheet.
Speaking from experience, I met tons of people during my first tailgate and I can almost guarantee you that each one fit one of these descriptions: 18) The Governor: This is the guy wearing a suit and tie in the sweltering heat, and yes, he’s also probably in Student Government. 17) Miss Sweetheart: THAT girl that everyone wishes to be, and she really is genuinely sweet. Almost too sweet. She’s probably from Mississippi or Alabama because that Southern charm is just so obvious. 16) Stereotypical White Girl: You know. The girl with the North Face backpack and monogrammed water bottle. She’s most likely wearing Nike sneaks and leggings with her spirit wear.
As a rising senior, I’ve never been more excited that a school year has ended. Looking back on the last two semesters seems to be almost like a roller coaster, it had its ups and downs. This year I was able to learn more about myself and who I want to become in the near future. I was able to take away a lot this year. Whether it was from a professor, myself, friends, teammates, coaches, or my parents I learned more about life and the direction I want to take when I graduate in a year or so. 12. It does your bank account dirty- You end up spending all the money in your junior year, it’s basically the most expensive year next to freshman year. You’re finally able to buy alcohol, you have to pitch money for DD’s, cabs and it all starts to add up. 11. 21 is fun- Most