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Inebriation & Gluttony: Caffeine Highs!

With the last week of classes and finals week approaching, I figured this was an appropriate post. Personally, I have all my papers and projects due next week and am making caffeine my new lover until this mess is done with. Then I can shrivel up and die with withdrawal as I welcome summer break…

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Inebriation and Gluttony: Get to know your beer

In light of our recent booze-filled spring breaks, I thought it would be cool to talk a little bit about beer, for all you beer n00bs out there. For those who think beers on tap or in a bottle all taste the same, think again! Although they are all related, the addition or subtraction of…

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Inebriation and Gluttony: Never Spoil Your Food Again!

I found this handy chart at visual.ly. Enjoy! The Shelf Life of Food infographic by LindsaySnowOsborn. Catherine Wong is a senior studying microbiology and immunology, born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. After growing up in the restaurant business as well as being an avid watcher of the travel channel and food network, she would like…

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Inebriation and Gluttony: How to Nuke Your Food

Almost everyone has a microwave. For this lovely school year, I have to depend on my microwave as the closest thing to cooking something at my place. But not everyone knows how to properly use a microwave, or at least what to avoid when it comes to nuking food. Some of you are wondering how…

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Inebriation and Gluttony: Insanity and P90X…Worth It?

I’ve been getting a lot of feedback from these crazy workouts and decided that the best way to understand them is to do them. I ordered Insanity over the winter break and starting this past Monday, I’ve been tearing all of the muscles in my body repeatedly so that I can’t even discern hunger from…

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Nearby eateries feature popular happy hours, food specials

With school back in session, it can be hard to save your money. New clothes and books can be a burden on your wallet. But just because you’re a broke college student doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to enjoy yourself on the weekends. Here are the top 10 nearby eateries with happy hours and…

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Pizza: good or evil?

As a college student, I would say pizza is a staple food. Pizza places seem to be the only places open when you want it the most, which is the best coincidence when it comes to getting the munchies. When you finally get this pie you waited 15 whole minutes for, you open the box, breathe in…

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