What They Don’t Tell You About Being In A Sorority

By: Hailey Hall

1. Your involvement in your community will grow exponentially

2. Your schedule will be full but you will learn how to manage your time

3. You will gain a support system that spans all across the nation

4. You will realize what truly matters to you

5. You will be involved in so many fundraisers and have the opportunity to raise money for amazing organizations

6. Your networking skills will be incredible and you will form lasting relationships

7. You will grow so much as a person in just four years

8. Your sisters will push you to be your best self every single day

9. You will likely become a leader in some way or another

10. Your sisters will inspire you every single day

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PSL is Here: Fall Drinks You Must Try at Starbucks

As autumn rolls around again this year, we are all dusting off our sweaters and scarves, craving the gloomy weather that keeps us inside. Unfortunately, the only thing taking a hiatus this season is our motivation. Responsibilities like school and work will not allow us to curl up under a blanket in this cold weather, so we need to find something to keep us focused and warm; something that still feels like fall. Luckily, Starbucks offers an array of warm, tasty, and sweet beverages that hit the spot.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

The Pumpkin Spice Latte is a classic. PSL only comes around once a year; it’s like Christmas! But seriously, this is the ultimate “Fall” drink. If you’re looking to taste sugar, spice, and all things nice, be sure to get your fix before the season ends.  

Snickerdoodle Latte

This mixture of Cinnamon Dolce and White Mocha flavorings creates a sweet, chocolaty flavor, with just a hint of spice. Just ask your barista to top it off with some whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles, and you’ll get that rainy day off to a good start.

The Cinderella Latte

This Starbucks secret menu drink was created by a passionate Disney fan who worked as a Starbucks Barista and wanted to incorporate some of that magic into her drinks. This mix of White Mocha and Pumpkin Spice represents the Princess’ enchanted horse-drawn carriage. Be sure to give it a try to taste some of that delicious magic!

Pumpkin Spice Chai

Do you love your chai tea lattes? Add a pinch of pumpkin in there for an extra spicy taste. There is no coffee in this drink, but there will be plenty of flavor to keep you interested.

Pumpkin Cream Cold Foam Cold Brew

This drink is quite the mouthful, and it isn’t warm. But it will definitely give you a kick with the amount of caffeine it contains. The sweet-subtle pumpkin flavor in the foam is the perfect preface to the smooth cold brew underneath. Be sure to stop in and order this when you’re in need of a fall-pick-me-up.

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Reasons YOU Should Leave Montana

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Living in Montana is great, but, experiencing The University of South Carolina is by far the best thing you can do for yourself while in College. That is why I participated in the National Student Exchange Program last year and became a Carolina Gamecock for life.

And here’s why you should too:

You’ll make friends from all across the US, and beyond

You could study at one of the top (and more beautiful) business schools in the country, that may or may not take over a whole block.

You could have the best roommates in the world.

You can make weekend trips to Miami, DC, THE BEACH etc.

You’ll make business connections that will give you amazing internship or job opportunities that aren’t available in Montana.

You’ll get to experience SEC football and fantastic tailgates. GO GAMECOCKS.

And probably the most convincing aspect of leaving Montana…

1) Having an outdoor pool at your campus gym where you can swim in between classes. 2) Rooftop pool parties over the weekends.

If you somehow aren’t convinced yet (because I sure am), email Cheryl Minnick to find out more: cminnick@mso.umt.edu or learn more at: https://nse.org/

Forever to thee Carolina