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KAYLEE CARTER: Top Model You may recognize Tech student KayLee Carter from TTU’s transfer admissions catalog and dining plan brochure, the Rec Center’s leisure pool advertising or a table topper from a cafeteria on campus. (Maybe she even read your palm when Glamour hired her for an event or bought you a shot as a Fireball promo girl.) And though she seems to be living the dream, alternating school and shoots, she admits there is a downside: “You can only get hit on by drunk boys on Broadway who spill their beers on you and try to get you to grind on tables so many times before you just want to kick someone and go home.” When did you start modeling?

Professionally I started at 17, but as a little girl I set up “modeling shoots” with my little sisters every other day and would walk all around the neighborhood for good spots with my disposable cameras! What has been your favorite gig?

I did an “Evil Eve” inspired shoot with a 6-foot snake! I wore a vine corset, leather pants, crazy eyelashes, and laid in a pool of ivy with the snake wrapping itself around my body!

KayLee Carter, 22 Hometown: Dallas Major: Art Education

FOLLOW HER ADVENTURES! facebook.com/kaylee.cartermodel Instagram: kaylcart

What are your thoughts on selfies?

I do them all the time. Gotta practice. NO SHAME! Duck faces? Not a huge fan. What do you see in your modeling future?

I’m not too sure how far I will take this, or how far it will take me! I would LOVE to travel around the world modeling. I have been given opportunities to model abroad, but the timing hasn’t been right yet. What advice would you give to aspiring models?

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Noa Belillti, 21 Hometown: Cincinnati, OH Major: Music, Music Business

NOA BELILLTI: Saving the Earth One Bean Bag Chair at a Time When we first saw Noa Belillti’s bean bags, we couldn’t take our eyes—and later, asses—off ‘em. Not only are Green Beans bean bags ridiculously comfortable, they’re also environmentally friendly, which is a concept we can definitely get behind. Noa’s rapidly expanding company outfitted the Google lounge during SXSW, and who knows where people will be lucky enough to lounge next. For now, we suggest you snag your own Grean Beans bag…but not if you ever plan on getting up, like, ever. Describe Green Beans:

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Green Beans is a bean bag chair company that is saving the world, one bean bag at a time. Consciously making an effort to apply the “reuse” part of the recycling triangle, we take materials that cannot biodegrade in the environment, that are being produced in mass quantities and taking space in landfills, to create new, comfortable alternative furniture. What do you think makes Green Beans great? Spice Up Your Space with Your Own Green Beans Bag! Facebook.com/Austingreenbeans @GreenBeansATX; AustinBeanBags@gmail.com

We are helping to spread recycling and reusing awareness, but mostly by actively intercepting these materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill or float along the surface

of an ocean, never to disintegrate back to the earth. We cannot ignore that these materials exist; we can only learn how to put them to better use until all production of the material has ceased.  Where do you see your company in the future?

I see Green Beans bean bags in living rooms, in dorm rooms, at tailgates, as the seating at events, camping, and in so many other settings. Once you sit in a Green Bean, then you get it. The comfort is undeniable, and it feels good to know that you are helping mother earth.

ANH NGUYEN: The Brain Behind Some Badass Bow Ties

Describe your design business:

I make and sell bow ties, simple as that. Custom, handmade bow ties. But then, I expanded into making wedding invites, so now it’s a little bit funny.  How did you get the idea to make and sell your product?

Well, I took a sewing class and a visual merchandising class here in spring 2011; I learned some sewing basics and about store atmospherics. Martha Stewart was just the final push behind my business.  But why bow ties?

The idea came when I was in a parking lot with a couple of friends. I was making bow ties for my friends just for fun back then. We were just talking and then one of them [was]

being really persistent on making a business out of it. I seriously thought it was going to be one of those ideas that falls through. But it didn’t, surprisingly, and I’m still really amazed at my business.

Anh Nguyen, 20 Hometown: Dallas Major: Fashion Design & Retail Merchandising

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Anh Nguyen is the crazy-creative mind—and hand—creating top-notch bow ties and selling the dreamy designs under his brand, En Pointe. If you’re looking to step up your suit or take your tux to the next level, he’s your guy. To look like a boss, grab a bow tie now…ya know, before he graduates, gets big and you can’t afford ‘em anymore.

How did you learn to tie a bow tie?

I just Googled it. It’s a very powerful tool. What advice do you have for students with great ideas who don’t know where to start?

Just start. You have to realize that you have everything you need around you to start a business of your own. What are you working on next?

Who knows! I always like toying with new ideas and concepts, so we’ll see.

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WILLIAM NTIM: The Creative  Mastermind Behind the World’s  First Square Neck T-Shirt  Will Ntim isn’t hard to spot: He’s the one rocking the simultaneously simple  and amazingly innovative square neck t-shirt he masterminded under his brand  Certified Dress Code LLC. One to watch, his bright, stand-out-in-the-crowd  designs with those telltale necklines are pretty damn irresistible. Let’s just say,  this is one time it’s hip to be square.

William Ntim, 22 Hometown: Ghana Major: 3D Animation

What’s the story behind Certified Dress  Code LLC?

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I grew up in Ghana, Africa, and back home, I had about two clothing lines. It wasn’t anything major, just a high [schooler] with ambition and zeal trying to make a couple of extra bucks doing what I love. I used to buy blank t-shirts, paint on them and sell them to my classmates. It was very successful all through high school, and then I had to come over to the states and continue college. First, I took the time to study life around here, the opportunities, and, you know, everything I could gather, to help me establish a clothing brand. Snag a Square Neck Shirt From   Certified Dress Code LLC at Squarenecktshirts.com

How  did  you  get  the  idea  for  a  square  neck T-shirt? 

I really wanted to do something unique and out of this world. It took me about a year to finally come up with the idea of a Square Neck T-Shirt. And finding a manufacturer, the funds, and the materials are another part of the story, but I won’t even go there. What  plans  do  you  have  for  Certified  Dress  Code?  Where  do  you  see  your  line in five years? 

I have a gazillion of them (if that’s even a word). But on a serious note, I do have a lot of plans for the brand, and each day I make the point to take a step closer. In five years, I see Certified Dress Code LLC as a major worldwide luxury clothing brand.

EMILY WHITE:   Reinventing Online Shopping

What do you think makes Shoppe Blanc  stand out from other online stores?

I created Shoppe Blanc with the vision of a small boutique. I wanted it to have that small, close-knit feel that boutiques normally have, and you never see that online. One thing I’m working on is making sure I’m representing a variety of body types in my pictures, so that my customers don’t have to wonder how it will look on them versus how it looks on the model.   

What  plans  do  you  have  for  Shoppe  Blanc in five years? Ten?

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chain stores, including one on Venice Beach, of course.   

Emily White, 20 Hometown: Midland Major: Fashion   Merchandising

A model shows off   Emily’s merchandise

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Frustrated by jacked-up prices and stick-thin models on…umm…every online  shopping site? Well, Emily White is changing up the Internet retail game, selling  quality threads at affordable prices through her online boutique, Shoppe Blanc.  (Blanc is French for White—get it?) Not only is she selling her awesome items at  lower prices—some of her merchandise is much pricier on sites like Nasty Gal— but she also has the items modeled on more realistic-looking girls, so you know  what the clothes will look like on you…ya know, instead of Giselle.

What  advice  do  you  have  for  students  with great ideas who don’t know where  to start?

Be ready to work! If you can really focus and do some serious research, then there are no boundaries. If there’s a will, then there’s a way.    What are you working on next?

My next step will be to  tackle public relations. I have a couple of fun trunk shows coming up, including one with Lady Bones Vintage in the fall! 

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Austin Archuleta, 24 Hometown: Austin Major: Civil Engineering

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Because evidently some  people do more than drink,  study and sleep 1. MARK ZUCKERBERG No, big: He’s only the youngest selfmade billionaire in history. Sorry Tom, this is HisSpace.

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AUSTIN ARCHULETA:   Award-Winning Entrepreneur As the co-founder of not one, but two, companies—Scanther and Stuckons— Austin Archuleta is not only making big moves, but getting recognized for them  as the regional winner of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards. He’s off to  D.C. in the fall where, if he wins, he’ll be dubbed the top student entrepreneur in  the world. Read about his businesses and get seriously inspired now… Describe your businesses, Scanther and  Stuckons:

Stuckons are, simply put, bumper stickers for iPhones. We sold a large quantity to the Mitt Romney presidential campaign. We are currently looking into getting collegiate licensing and selling them through direct sales online and retail. Scanther is a smart sign set and a mobile website in a retail box. Scanther aims to drive mobile/social engagements while a customer is at a place of business, as Scanther smart signs drive traffic from a physical location to a mobile website. Customers of a business interact with the smart signs using QR, NFC or TEXT, which takes them to the business’s mobile website, which includes [all their info].   How did you get the ideas for these?

With Stuckons, we realized how much unused advertising real estate exists on the back of smart phones around the world. The

product is a promotional product that can be mass-produced at an extremely low cost. For Scanther, we kept seeing rudimentary and unprofessional-looking signs pop up in restaurants and coffee shops that contained a QR code linking to the businesses’ Facebook and Yelp pages. We then realized that there was a much better way to drive social/mobile engagement of customers while they are at the place of business.  

Who are your inspirations and idols?

My inspiration/idols are successful entrepreneurs and innovators such as Mark Cuban, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk. These people have worked terribly hard to get to where they are today. Have any advice?

Get involved in student entrepreneur organizations, [where] there are potential mentors that can help you along your journey.

2. LARRY PAGE AND SERGEY BRIN Don’t know who they are? Google it. (Hint, hint) 3. BILL GATES $$$$$$$$$$$$$...Need we say more? 4. MICHAEL DELL Even if you have a Mac, you gotta admire Michael’s mad money. 5. STEVE HUFFMAN AND ALEXIS  OHANIAN You can thank these guys for reddit— and the hours you’ve wasted online. 6. FREDERICK W. SMITH Not exactly a household name, the FedEx founder is worth a cool $2.1 billion. 7. JERRY YANG AND DAVID FILO Do you Yahoo?! Yeah, you’re welcome. 8. STEVE WOZNIACK Call ‘em Steve Squared: Homeboy cofounded Apple with Steve Jobs before bouncing out—way pre-iPod—in 1985. 9.  BO PEABODY Bo pioneered one of the first social networks (Tripod.com) long before we were poking strangers on Facebook. 10. MARC ANDREESSEN Marc started up Mosaic Netscape at 23 before being bought out by AOL and Microsystems for a ballin’ $4.2 billion. STUDYBREAKS.COM | MAY 2013 | 15


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11-11PM // $3.50 Dom/$4.50 Premium Big Daddy Drafts & $2.50 Domestic/$3.50 Premium Pints + $4 U Call Its

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Jack & Dianne’s (2309 N. Frankford Ave (806) 747-8150)

$10 domestic buckets, $1.75 wells

2.50 domestics and $ 2 wells

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Jake’s (50Th & Slide // 687-Jake)

$2 Margaritas

$2 Drafts & Bottles $2 Cherry Vodka Sour

$3 U Call It

Jazz (3703-C 19Th St. // 799-2124)

$1.50 Dom Pints, $3 Ritas, & Teq Shots +$2.50 Imports

$3 Huricane, Seabreeze, & Kazi

HH 4-7PM// $3 Chilton, $4Jager, & $1.50 Dom Pints

The Library Bar (1701 Texas Ave // 806-747-6000)

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$1.50 Domestic Bottles & Well Drinks

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Lone Star Yacht Club (34Th & Flint // 796-0101)

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Mamarita’s (6602 Slide // 794-4778)

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$1.75 Lonestar Bottles, $2 Well Whiskey, $3.25 Prem American Whiskeys (Crown, Jack, Jim Beam, etc) Music: West to Balmorhea

T & A’s Bar And Chill (2512 Texas Ave // 747-4600)

$3 margaritas $4 flavored Margs. All night

$2.50 Imports till 11pm

Happy Hour all night long-Open Mic Night

Texas Cafe & Bar (3604 50th St // 792-8544)

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$2.00 Whiskey

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$1.00 PBR

$1.00 PBR 5-7pm & $2.50 Domestic Bottles all day/everyday

$1.50 Longnecks

F: $4.50 Pitchers S: $2.25 Domestic Pints

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Power Hour M-F 3-4pm $1.50 longnecks & wells. $2 Shots

Party on the Patio with Live Music 4-7PM // 7-11pm- $3 Jagerbombs & 60cent boneless

F: 7-11Pm- Happy Hour 4-7Pm With Live Music Beginning At 10Pm S: College Football ALL DAY

$12.75 Dom Buckets, $4 Drop Shots & $3.75 Bloody Marys

HH Tall Pilsners + Beer of the Month $3.50

$3 Buffalo Bombs and Texas Country Live @10pm

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$3.75 bloody marys, $2.25 Draft Pints

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11-11PM // $3.50 Dom/$4.50 Premium Big Daddy Drafts & $2.50 Domestic/$3.50 Premium Pints + $4 U Call Its

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$3 Bloody Mary& Redsnapper + $2.50 Shiner & Lstar

HH 4-7PM// Live Music Tues-Sun & $6 Pitchers

$1.00 Domestic Bottles & Well Drinks + $2.00 Import Bottles $2.50 U “Call” Its (until 11pm)

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$1.50 Domestic Drafts & Well Drinks

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21 KILLER TIPS FOR SCORING THE JOB OF YOUR DREAMS

THE MAKE-IT-OR-BREAK-IT GUIDE TO GETTING THE GIG It’d be nice if for a job interview all you had to do was show up, smile and razzle-dazzle ‘em with your keg stand skills, BUT—sadly—apparently post-college, professionalism is kiiiiinda required. And now that you’ve traded beer bongs for your Bachelor’s (at least on the week days), it’s time to jump on the whole job thang and score yourself a gnarly 9-5—with the help of our tricks, tricks and generally expert advice. You’ve got the guide, now what’re you waiting for? Suit up! WORDS: SB STAFF

10 WAYS TO SCREW UP YOUR INTERVIEW SIMPLE MISTAKES SMART STUDENTS MAKE

1. ARRIVE LATE “Oh, I’m sorryyyy—the drive thru at Starbucks was just PACKED.” Enjoy your vanilla latte…and unemployment. 2. ARRIVE TOO EARLY “Oh, don’t mind me; I’ll just sit here awkwardly next to your desk for an hour.” Yeah, people mind. 3. WEAR TOO MUCH PERFUME/ COLOGNE… Axe may win you the adoration of females, but it won’t win the admiration of your potential employer. Meanwhile, that Dolce and Gabbana? Superb for scoring sex in the Caribbean. (Commercials don’t lie!) But a job? Not so much. 4. OR FORGET DEODORANT Sweaty palms are one thing; sweaty pits are another. 5. DRESS LIKE A SCRUB Whether you’re applying on Wallstreet or at Walmart, no one wants to hire the kid in the jorts. Hell, no one even wants to hang out with the kid in the jorts. Think of your interviewers as TLC: No, they don’t want no scrubs. (*sassy snap*)

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6. KISS ASS There’s an approximate 1% chance you admire your interviewer’s pet ferret, porcelain kitten collection or pleated khakis. Don’t bullshit a compliment, kids. (And if they have all three of these things, we recommend you apply somewhere else.) 7. ACT COCKY Confidence is one thing; cockiness is another. If you find yourself veering towards the Mike “The Situation” end of the spectrum, step it down a notch or 12. 8. ACT IMMATURE If you laughed at the aforementioned “cocky,” you need not apply…anywhere. 9. SHOW UP HUNGRY Those 120-decibel stomach rumbles may scream “I want this job!” but more in a because-I-can’t-afford-food way than a because-I’m-qualified way. 10.

FORGET THE THANK YOU You thank your Nana post-Christmas for those heinous sweaters you don’t want. Why wouldn’t you thank your interviewer post-interview for a job you DO want? Exaaactly.

ROCK-YOUR5 RESUME STRATEGIES HOW TO MAKE YOURS STAND OUT IN THE STACK 1. PICK GOOD PAPER This isn’t Legally Blonde and pink and scented ain’t professional, aight?! Same goes for papyrus, Cleopatra; keep that shit in 3,000 BC. 2. ONLY INCLUDE WHAT’S RELEVANT “You were a middle school cheerleader?! I knew you’d make a perfect investment banker!” said NO ONE EVER. 3. KEEP IT SHORT AND SWEET Most reasonably educated people can’t take more than a page of 50 Shades of Grey; you can bet your ass they don’t want more than a page detailing your Power Point expertise. 4. FOREGO FANCY FONTS You’re probably better off using Wingdings than Comic Sans. No, seriously. 5. PASS ON THE PURPLE When it comes to color, opt for a professional palette—unless you’re applying to be a 7th grade girl. (And in that case, add some <3 <3 <3’s and DoN’t FoRgEt To TyPe LiKe ThIs.)


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Bianca looks polished and professional in her interview ensemble

A crisp blazer adds a dose of class while th cinching belt e waiststeps up the fashion factor

CJ’s IDGAF “interview outfit” is more morning-after than management track

DO: Showing up clean and Downy-fresh makes it look like you’ve got your life—and laundry—together.

DON’T:

The I-stayed -up-‘til-sixsquint is le ss than im am pressive in intervie wers’ eyes

to the From beer bongs neon hat is boardroom! No, the NOT that versatile

Wrinkled and unwashed is just unsavory. Haute Hamper is not a style.

DO: A nice tie says “Oh wassup— I’m professional.”

DON’T: A goofy Garfield tie isn’t gonna get you hired…or laid.

Usually it’s the ladies that show too much cleavage— button up, bro

DO: A pair of classy, closed-toe pumps is pretty and professional.

DON’T: Sky-high stilettos suggest a naughty night job.

DO: Minimal gold jewelry is a sim ple way to shine

It sounds basic, babes, but use a brush.

DON’T: Hungover hair that smells more like Grey Goose than Garnier is a no-go.

DO: A badass blazer looks sharp on both sexes.

DON’T: A hoodie is more pothead than professional.

DO: e eled, closed-to A modestly he and office h lis sty is oe sh appropriate

Call us crazy, but the belt usually works better when you put it on

Subtle accessories are fun and fashionable.

DON’T: Big bling and chunky chains belong in the club, not the cubicle.

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OCEAN ADVENTURER We Dive Into Chase Darnell's Passion

Age: 22 Hometown: Jolly Major: Public Relations

“We know more about outer space than we do about the ocean, so I use my work to show people who may have never laid eyes on it, how beautiful it is.” –CHASE

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While other Texans were raised hunting, fishing, and riding horses or dirt bikes, TTU’s Chase Darnell was hitting coasts and diving in oceans. Now he and his sister run Anchored Productions, a website where they showcase their photography and cinematography talent—all below sea level, of course. Chase started out with simply a waterproof GoPro camera in the spring of 2011, but he has since then spent every cent earned on newer and better cameras, equipment and software for the website, so you can rest assured a visit to Anchored Production’s site means an HD visit to life below the surface. After graduation, Chase is off to teach diving and do photo and video work, plus social media, for DNS Diving Company in the Cayman Islands. “I already have my one-way ticket out of the country and am completely and utterly excited for the new experience,” Chase says. “Once I move to Cayman, I will have unlimited access to my playground: the ocean.”

Keep up with his adventures  (and check out awesome  ocean imagery) at  anchoredproductions.com


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East to West Texan easttowesttexan.blogspot.com

TTU fashion student Lana Stevens dishes on all things fabulous. Think fashion, DIY projects, beauty and runway trends.

Hunter Carrither’s Music huntercarrithers.com

Sigma Nu’s Hunter Carrither mixes, writes and records, giving Mac Miller a run for his Donald Trump money.

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Oh heyyyy finals, nice of you to arrive. NOT. Luckily there’s one way to de-stress: Stop by this lovely lounge and let the Tech Activities Board take care of your woes and literally pamper the sh*t out of you. WHO: The Tech Activities Board WHAT: Pampers you during finals with FREE professional back massages, snacks, drinks, scantrons, pencils and blue books WHEN: May 6, 4pm-8pm WHERE: SUB Red Raider Lounge WHY: Because finals suck so you might as well score some free stuff

SAY WHAT?

Loose Talk in the LBK This Month “The friends who will matter after college are the ones who were your back-up vocalists when you sang karaoke to “My Neck, My Back” at Cricket’s.” -TTU grad Shawndell Roberts, on life after college

Exposed A La Mode exposedalamode.wordpress.com

The Duds www.the-duds.com

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“Sexual partners. Orangutans. Laughers. Fake assholes. Texters. Bloggers. Self-proclaimed comediennes. Duds.” –Twitter explains the five funny females.

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Lin Humphrey for The Huffington Post huffingtonpost.com/lin-humphrey

Tech marketing Ph.D. student Lin is a social media pro whose blog is just as funny as it is informative.

-Gay marriage protester outside of the Student Union Building

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I don’t dance, I just hump things.

-Thad Olsen, energy commerce major, during late night at Kongs

 “When people ask me a question (at Barnes &  Noble bookstore in the SUB), I just tell them, ‘It’s  my first day on the job, I don’t know anything.’”

-Kevin Mai, Barnes & Noble in the SUB employee, describes his work ethic

Tech comm. major Becca loves Instagram, nail polish and testing out candycolored hair dye—capturing it all with awesome photos.

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“I would expect to believe most of you have experience with drugs.”

Whenever I start to think about how much time I waste on Pinterest, I just remind myself how much time I wasted on my ex.” -@TexasTechSrat

“I’ve had someone order a 32 oz. cup of coffee and want 3 added espresso shots in that. It was definitely a professor. Probably an architecture professor.” -Sarah Whitaker, Starbucks barista in the Student Union Building, on the most caffeinated drink she’s served

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5/4 JASON ALDEAN: 2013 NIGHT TRAIN TOUR It looks like Jason Aldean’s Night Train Tour is making a stop in Lubbock this month. Jason Aldean, whose latest hit single “Tattoos on this Town” is a country favorite, will look to leave another “tattoo” on Lubbock for his fans with a memorable performance. If you like country music and you have 10 fingers and 10 toes, then you shouldn’t be anywhere else in town on May 4th.

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The Reserve on Frankford 1002 Frankford Avenue • (806) 785-4088 • reserveonfrankford.com

$349 - $699

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Saddlewood 7001 Utica Ave • (806) 796-1086 • Lubbocktxapartments.com

$342 - $585

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Somerset Square Apartments • 5301 11th St • (806) 795-4454 • somersetsquareapts.com

$390 - $650

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Sundowner 4630 55th Drive • (806) 797-7311

$420 - $525

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Timber Ridge 2602 82nd Street • (806) 783-3040

$300 - $425

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University Club • 5540 19th Street • (806) 771-2861

$439 - $539

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Village West • 5401 50th Street • (806) 799-7900

$242 - $460

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Waterford Place 502 Slide Road • (806) 792-6165 • waterfordplacelubbock.com

$479 - $700

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Four years, 4,000 Keystones and $40,000 later, you’ve somehow done it—you’ve graduated! But it turns out that life on the other side of the stage…yeah, scary as shit. It’s hard to re-adjust to the real world after life in a beer-scented bubble, but—apparently—it’s not impossible. Just take these tips and you’ll be damn good at being a grown up in no time.

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While you’re workin’ in the coal mines (or office), you’ll fall into a pit of post-college depression with toga party pics blowing up your newsfeed. Block those lucky bastards ASAP.

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Madeline Drake Age: 19 • Height: 5’8” School: Southern Methodist University Major: Business Management & Spanish Relationship Status: Single One thing that impresses you when you’re out on a date? When a guy is comfortable being himself! I love if my date is just being real with who he is. What’s the creepiest move a guy has ever tried to pull on you? I was at a party and this guy kept following me around. I was super sketched out by it, so my friend and I decided to test it and hide in the bathroom for a second. When we came out, he was waiting by the door and asked for my number before he even knew my name! Needless to say, I said I had a boyfriend and peaced out! What are your plans after Graduation? Living in LA and running car dealerships! All-time favorite TFM or TSM? Louboutin red, ritual white, Tiffany blue. TSM.

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Don’t get married—let everyone else do it first. You don’t want to be the first one to get married, trust me.

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Play a shit ton of golf. Golf is the universal language of business, other than money, of course. Get good at it, and you’ll be landing job offers, clients and climbing the corporate ladder with every drive, approach, chip and putt.

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For the love of God, don’t move back in with your parents…ever. Your parents will judge your social, drinking and sexual habits. Also, good luck trying to convince a potential hookup partner to come back to your parents’ house at closing time. Get your shit together and grow up.

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Live in a bar district. You have the rest of your adult life to live in the suburbs. This is where the magic happens in your city. Be a part of it.

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Schedule an annual reunion weekend with all of your friends. Every town has awesome pub crawls, fundraisers and sporting events every year. Invite all of your friends one year and watch the feathers of debauchery fly.

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Travel. I’m not talking about those weekend trips to see friends, I’m talking about going to places in the world you’ve only seen on TV. Set aside some money each year to go somewhere badass and turn yourself into the envy of all your Instagram followers.

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Don’t live with your best friend. Instead of spending the weekends out on the town with one another, you’re the first person you and your friend see after you wake up and after every depressing day at the office.

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Economize your happy hour. You can’t just start drinking when it gets dark anymore. You have to be economical about your alcohol intake during the work week. Start drinking at 6, pound some waters and Advil, and be in bed by 10.

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Limit your visits to your college town. It sounds crazy, I know, but don’t turn into the guy or gal that comes back every weekend. Quit living in the past, unless all of your friends stuck around for a victory lap.

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Never go more than three months without taking a weekend trip to visit one of your friends. Get as sloppy as possible for 48 hours, bar hop, eat a bunch of pizza, crash on the couch and relive the glory days.

TFMs of the Month Renting a short bus for the pledges to take to events. TFM. Extending multiple invitations to your pants party. TFM. Being an asset on the course, but a liability in the clubhouse. TFM.

TSMs of the Month Visits to the bartender at night and the barista in the morning. TSM. I won’t cry for you, my mascara’s too expensive. TSM. Girls who don’t wear panties can’t get them in a bunch. TSM.

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