“So mysterious to meeeeee”
It feels like just yesterday that Ryan Lochte and his grill swam their way into our hearts, but, it’s time once again to rally around a new pantheon of athletic demigods. Sochi 2014 has been a long time coming, and, unless you have been living adrift on an ice flow, you have been hearing about the trials and tribulations leading up to this round of winter games.
There are a lot of us who don’t necessarily relate to the Olympics. The peak of our athletic careers consisted of four days in middle school when we were really excited about Wii Fit. We watch the Parade of Nations…for the fashion. The only thing we really remember about London 2012 is Tom Daley’s abs. Trust me; I get it. However, the Olympics are about more than just sports – they are about all sorts of things that Brown students love, like multiculturalism, community, and being really cold all the time. If you are someone who doesn’t like sports, here are a few ways that you can stay up-to-date and get into the Sochi spirit. Continue Reading
The time has come for another exhilarating, drunk season of Game of Thrones. What does the future hold for the land of Westeros? More importantly, what does this season mean for your liver?
Behold, the Game of Thrones Drinking Game: Brown Edition. Take the quiz below to get sorted into a house and let the fun begin.
"I'm from Rhode Island."
If you weren’t one of the 2.9 million viewers watching Rhode Island’s very own Pauly D on The Pauly D Project last Thursday when it premiered, don’t worry, we got you covered. After all, Pauly D is one of BlogDH’s favorite local celebs.
The Jersey Shore spinoff has a simple premise: following the adventures of Pauly D and his friends Biggie, Jerry, Ryan, and JROC. This season, as MTV says,
Viewers will get to see Pauly D chase his dream as he signs a recording contract with rap icon 50 Cent’s G-Note Records, accompanies pop icon Britney Spears on her international “Femme Fatale” tour and tries to balance it all with the array of photo shoots, public appearances and media interviews that are now a part of his everyday life.
The housing lottery can be a difficult and trying time. The angst, the tears, the cheers. It can be a lot to keep up with.
If you already picked your room and want to treat lottery as the spectator sport that it is, or if your number is so bad you may never pick a room, we have the activity for you.
Presenting … the drinking lottery!
Head to Sayles at 6 p.m. or boot up the lottery results and get ready for the chaos to set in. (And as recent studies show, you don’t even have to worry about the consequences.)
– Drink when all the rooms in a building are gone
– Drink for no shows
– Drink if a room you lived in or near is chosen
– Drink if a room you had sexual relations in is chosen
– Finish your drink if someone starts crying at the podium
And for a play-by-play of all the drama, stay on BlogDailyHerald for part two of our LIVE minute-by-minute coverage.