Sock Assassins is a game that groups play on campus. The honors program did it, sports teams do it, and my track team is currently has five people remaining. It’s a way to encourage bonding among people by throwing socks at each other.
The rules are pretty simple.
Once the players are determined, everyone is [...]
Yesterday, for the second year in a row, I got to participate in Carroll Literacy Council’s third annual Scrabble Madness tournament, which was hosted here on the Hill. The tournament is open to anyone who is in sixth grade or older, and each team ranges from one to three players.
I played last year as [...]
So, today is Monday and not a whole lot has went on since Saturday. However, I did do a few things on Saturday since I wrote my blog. One of the first things was after I got dinner when we returned from the zoo, I went to the anime club movie night. We were [...]
When it rains on the Hill, it pours. (At least today it did.) If you’ve ever wanted to own a pair of rain boots, I’d have to say that college is the best time of your life to do so. Unlike at a typical high school, you’ll have to do a lot of walking outside [...]
Everyone thinks they understand tailgating. But do you understand McDaniel tailgating? As one of the last bowl shaped stadiums on the east coast, McDaniel tailgating is unique. Students, parents, alumni, and the community gather for not only football games, but for field hockey and lacrosse games too. Everyone fights for a prime position to park [...]