Just featured on local news (web link) - would be a voluntary ban with no enforceability (meaning campus police wouldn't have fines to implement).
First school to attempt/execute it in the state
I am moving to Sacramento and I wanted to ask about recommendations on places to live. My work is in Folsom (25 mins outside Sacto) but since I am a single dude fresh out of college, I figured I would live in Sacramento where there are young people, restaurants and nightlife.
I'd be really thankful if anybody had knowledge about specific neighbourhoods or apartment buildings and realtors.
Also has anyone experienced the "reverse commute" from Sacramento to Folsom?
And anyone know of any Mchigan bars here? I don't see any listed under MGoBoard > Michigan bar locator...
Any good bars in general? My favorites in AA were Charley's, Ashley's, Jolly Pumpkin and Grizzly Peak.
Sorry for such an OT post and thanks in advance!
Anybody else notice this at the top of the page? Or am I late to the party? Speculate on it's meaning. And why the disregard for moonlight dancing.
So if you havent checked out the google homepage today, it's pretty sweet. You can play guitar notes with your mouse or keyboard.
Click this one with your speakers on to smile:
Click this one to freak out your coworkers:
Letter: Corresponding Note:
OK, to my knowledge this has never come up:
That is the video for Coolio's single "1-2-3-4 (Sumpin' New)" from 1996. When I saw it, I immediately noticed Mr. Ivey is wearing a 1995 Nike Michigan home jersey #18, which would make it Amani Toomer. It would also make it one of the earliest Nike Michigan replica jerseys to feature the swoosh. (He looks to have the tackle twill model rather than the screenpressed.)
But wait, at both 0:27 and 0:54, we see that one of Coolio's posse is rocking a #21 white Michigan road jersey. I do not see the swoosh on it, so I am going to presume that this is a Howard homage rather than a Biakabatuka, although the video would have been likely shot post-1995 Ohio State game, so perhaps it is a 313 shout out.
Anyway, since it had never come up to my knowledge, here it is. Enjoy your Thursday afternoon. Because there ain't no party like a Big House party because a Big House party don't stop.