Mala Tang’s name means “hot and numbing soup” in Mandarin and offers Sichuan-style hot pot dinner.
Make the most of the city’s culture and start your week off at a photography webinar with National Geographic.
Spend your Fourth of July weekend speed dating, protesting with the Black Lives Matter movement and hosting a picnic with friends.
In interviews, students said civil disobedience is “necessary” when the public is not listening to the demands of marginalized communities.
After raising more than $1,800, senior Kaycee Beardeaux has ended a campaign to help McReynolds’ Liquors pay for looting damages.
Start the weekend showcasing your talents, practice your Spanish Saturday then learn a vegan brunch recipe just in time for Sunday brunch.
As a result of social distancing measures, students are finding ways to connect with friends and family through virtual parties.
Seniors said that despite changes to their graduation plans, they are still celebrating the end of their four years and using the time before their careers begin to look back at their time on campus.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with graduating seniors on what they’re doing to celebrate Commencement.
From hearty quick bites to DIY desserts, mastering takeout menus is becoming commonplace for food establishments.