All-you-can-eat sushi is cool and all, but loading up on rice and imitation crab can get to be rather unvaried after roll number four. The new sushi restaurant Izumi, (eee-zoom-eee), has an amazing all-you-can-eat option offered all day.
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As a college student, I’m always appreciative of cheap restaurants with dank food, especially those that cure hangovers. Caravan Grill, a small Middle Eastern restaurant just three miles from campus, has impeccably authentic food at a low price. An appetizer, two main dishes and two drinks can come out to $21.
Social media has got me hooked when it comes to food porn. I’ll spend hours scrolling through Pinterest looking at beautifully presented foods like chocolate drizzled crepes, hamburgers with cheese oozing out, and pink and white sprinkled donuts so vibrant it would be a shame not to take a picture.
The rise of artificial intelligence in our society fascinates me, especially learning how robotics are slowly beginning to be implemented into companies, vastly changing the efficiency of human work.
America has started 2018 with a lengthy New Year’s resolution list. It will seemingly get longer in oncoming years if we continue with our current performance, but who am I to say. But it’s hard to ignore the news of government officials acting like crazed monkeys fighting with each other while we just sit and watch, until they start throwing poop at us.
It’s noon at the University of Arizona and the familiar sound of Old Main’s bell rings. Just after the bell, at 12:02 p.m., the school’s fight song plays from the administration building. The song is just loud enough that you turn your head out of curiosity to look for the source of the music, but quiet enough that your headphones easily block out the song.
Homecoming all about school pride
Topic of the week: Family Weekend
We’ve all been trained to disregard 800 numbers, but now scammers are outsmarting us.
It’s Monday morning and I’m sitting in an auditorium waiting for my Math 105 class to start. The girls in front of me are giggling and talking about the their past weekend, which was spent drinking at frat houses and getting so smashed they literally can’t even remember the rest of the night. I try to ignore them as I pull out a pencil and paper from my bag.
The other day, I ran into a girl I knew at a bar and the topic of her job came up. She’s a debt collector. Her job is to contact people who are in debt and tell them that they have negative numbers in their bank account.
Having a smartphone just isn’t enough sometimes. People are now getting psyched about the new “wearable technology” trend. By this, I mean smartwatches. Just like your phone, you can send texts, make phone calls, track your run via GPS, take pictures and pull up documents, like, say a study guide? Why else would you need to pull up documents on a small 38 millimeter screen? I think that an average working adult would be more likely to use one of their other personal devices for that.
“I will N-E-V-E-R have kids,” I told my dad after I returned from my six-month nannying job in Spain. “There’s this thing in Spongebob where the camera shows Spongebob’s cute bucktooth smile, but then the camera zooms in and you see huge zits and worms coming out of his sponge holes. Nannying is like that,” I explained.