I had a friend tell me once that if I could take one thing with me to a deserted island, it would be a Mexican restaurant. That joke started because we were trying to decide where to eat and she kept suggesting asian cuisine and I kept suggesting Mexican. I am here to tell you why they will always be the elite night out experience in my mind.
I gave up on reading for a while, considering so much of high school and college had been spent reading for assignments and papers. Recently, I decided it was time to get back into reading for myself. I went to Barnes & Noble with a friend and picked out three books, one of which was “Daisy Jones & the Six” by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
I was never a One Direction fan when I was a kid, nor was I a hardcore Harry Styles fan ever. As he’s released his music in his solo career there have been some songs that caught my attention and I liked for a while and then completely forgot about. Long story short, Harry Styles has never been an artist that I felt like I needed to see in person. Until now.
Do you know how much cool stuff there is to do here on campus? I didn’t fully understand until this semester (my second) but let me tell you…there is a lot. I know it’s easy to get wrapped in schoolwork, and of course you should work hard! But you can’t forget to have fun and do other things to balance that out, and Sac State offers ample fun things to help you achieve that balance. Here are some of them.
Cooking with Disabilities involves adapting to your environment to the best of your ability. It could mean using a stool while at the stove or counter, using your table to cut veggies instead of the counter, using a portable oven or stove instead of a built-in one, using store-bought or homemade frozen foods, or even making food prep a group activity! The possibilities are endless.
I am Brian Thao, and I have been the Blog Editor for over a year now. Last semester, I joined the Disabled and Nondisabled Alliance or DANA as an officer where I have been creating weekly video content on YouTube and Instagram. We’re a club at Sac State for disabled students, staff, and their allies to discuss and educate each other on disability topics, advocate for the disabled community, and hang out together.