Clemson Beer Cup. Who would have ever imagined these three words being used at the same time with legitimate reason?
For some students, Clemson Beer Cup means a reason to drink for a cause, during what was coined the, “social event of the season that you will remember as one of the best nights of your college life” by its creators Matt Hannon, Brett Zimmerman and Jeff Morano.
Clemson Beer Cup includes various games and attractions to entertain those who attend. With the purchase of a ticket, attendees get beer drinks, liquor drinks, Monster Energy drinks, mini-bottles and a band.
The 3rd Semi-Annual 2008 Clemson Beer Cup will be held on March 8.<The Tiger News>
Student Disappears After Superbowl… Found in Paris
A former student who had been missing for three weeks had Northeastern University abuzz, prompting a front page story in the campus newspaper and sparking an investigation by Boston police.
Nicholas Sova had not been seen or heard from by friends and family since Feb. 4, the morning after he attended a Super Bowl party. His parents in Monroe, Conn., were worried, and detectives were asking the public’s help in locating the 22-year-old business major.
Sova was found today unharmed — a long way from campus — in Paris, France. <Boston Globe>
Student Apartments: The Good, Bad and The Dangerous
Apartments that cater to the thousands of ECU and Pitt Community College students speckle the landscape of Greenville. From upscale amenable compounds like Wyndham Apartments to those complexes named for ECU’s mascot, the Pirates, these apartments all have one thing in common: crime. <The Eastern Carolinian>
Sophomore wins Miss LSU 2008
Lauren Edwards, biology sophomore, was crowned Miss LSU 2008 Sunday night during Delta Zeta sorority’s Miss LSU-USA pageant.
Soon she will begin preparations for the Miss Louisiana pageant because the Miss LSU pageant is an official preliminary to the Miss Louisiana pageant in the Miss USA pageant system saying she “cannot wait to represent this University and this state.” She said this was the greatest experience of her life. <LSU Reveille>