Earlier this month, it snowed. Boy did it ever snow. During the snow day, I went through the ordeal of making snow cream. My friend Braxton Maclean and I had to trek on foot to multiple stores in search of ingredients, only to find that the only one that was open didn't have the sweetened condensed milk I was looking for.
I was weary and frustrated, so I bought some fresh milk and instant coffee. I didn't quite have a plan, but I knew I could come up with something using milk, instant coffee, the snow I was collecting in an assortment of dishes and the sugar that my friend Olivia Trammel had on hand in her room. We trekked back to the school through a pretty heavy snowfall and watched a truck fishtail on College Street. It was a little terrifying.
Students, faculty members and members of the Columbus community were all in attendance on Feb. 19 to hear filmmaker Dawn Porter speak at the Gordy Honors College Forum Series.
Porter was invited by Dr. Thomas Velek, director of the Gordy Honors College, for the February edition of the 2015 series.
“I made a commitment when I became director of the Honors College that in February, for Black History month, we’re going to have a major African American speaker here,” said Velek.
WMUW has a variety of radio shows lined up this semester. For a diverse student population, it can be hard to find radio shows that are diverse and appeal to a wide range of musical or news interests. The student-run shows provide just what the listener wants to hear.
Here are some of this semester’s shows:
“The name of my show is called ‘Weekend Warm-up.’ It’s on Friday from 6-7 p.m. It’s a show that plays gospel contemporary rap, like Lecrae and Andy Mineo. I talk about what is happening in the town, on campus or what’s on my mind. I hope listeners will find inspiration from the show,” said Chris Richardson, a junior communication major.