It’s football season. And you know what that means … tailgating! Here are a few options for you to stay stylish while cheering on the Redbirds!
1. Neon ISU tanks
2. DIY Cut Off
3. Rock your school colors
4. Plain Jane
Get your GOOVE on this October for Homecoming! The festivities begin on October 1 and continue on until the big game against Southern Illinois University on October 6.
Here are some of the highlights of this year’s Homecoming week.
Monday, October 1
Tuesday, October 2
Wednesday, October 3
Thursday, October 4
Friday, October 5
Saturday, October 6
Move in day is finally over! Now it’s time to add some excitement to that very plain dorm room. Here are some easy ways to spruce up your space to make it trendy in no time.
Rid yourself of plastic crates
Decorative bulletin board
You know finals are right around the corner when you are up at 5 a.m. studying!
Want to make a drastic change to your style but afraid of the outcome? Using an online virtual makeover site can help you with your tricky style decisions. There are a bunch of different sites out there for girls to use in order to try out different hairstyles but some are better than others.
Name: Tyler Lindquist ‘13
Major: Accounting Bs/Mpa
Hometown: Batavia, Illinois
Affiliation: Sigma Phi Epsilon
Relationship Status: Single
Ideal Date: “A candlelight dinner and then a long romantic walk on the beach… just kidding, probably a dinner and movie, or something fun like putt-putt or go-karts.”
Favorite Food: Filet mignon or Macaroni and Cheese with hotdogs
First thing you notice about a girl: Eyes
Last song played on iPod: “Old Alabama” by Brad Paisley
Celeb Crush: “Taylor Swift, Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie… I could go on for days.”
Where do you see yourself in 10 years: “After college I plan on working in Chicago for a while and eventually moving south to either South Carolina, North Carolina, Texas, or Georgia. So if things go to plan, I'll be somewhere in that process but you never know where life will take you.”
Random fact: “I've seen 15 Dave Matthews Band concerts and don't plan on stopping anytime soon.”
Emily Gibbons, sophomore political science major, is taking over campus by getting involved in many different student organizations. She is a determined student who puts her hard work ethic to use every single day at Illinois State. Read our interview with Gibbons to find out more about what she does for our campus.