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LSA junior Jill Paul has organized a league to fill her spare time
when out of the classroom. Paul said the league has not actually
started yet because it does not have a ball, but that efforts have
been made to begin play. She explained that potential leaue
members went to Meijerto get a kickball, but the store only had
one that was flat and they would no blow it up for them.
Besides outdoor activities, LSA alum Shannon Karol
said she often goes to the bars for entertainment.
"The bar scene in the summer is pretty quiet. It's a lot
more relaxed. I go to Ashley's, Charlie's, it's more like
hanging out with friends than dancing," Karol added.
But Tribe Entertainment employee LSA sophomore
Drew Zuniga works to cater toward those students who
are looking for more action at the bar.
Zuniga said this summer he will be working for Tribe
Entertainment with a group of students from the Uni- r
versity. As part of his job he works to publicize differ-
ent local venues such as The Necto, Blind Pig, and
Touchdown Cafe where Tribe's DJs will be performing.
Not all jobs consist of throwing parties however; LSA senior
Caroline Collins said her job deals very literally with brains.
"I'm doing research in neurology in the North Ingalls
Building. I look at slides of rat brains and make sure
the electrode is plated in the right place to do surgery. I
like it, I'm glad I did it," Collins said.
But Collins added that she does not necessarily
"love" the job, because she would prefer not to be in a SETH LOWER/Daly
lab her whole life doing research for 40 hours a week, Philip Maguire gives a tarot card reading Friday, May 16 at the Comfort inn on Carpenter Road. The
"it's not what I want to do in the future." Inn hosts the psychic fair twice a month which features several psychics and intuitive counselors.
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