Hurry go buy stuff at the MU outdoor sale! I just got 2 UCD shirts, pants, a sweatshirt and art stuff for $30 :o
Join the A&W Text Club by texting the word BURGER to 70626. They will reply with a FREE Papa Burger Single message you can show your cashier!
Check out this Facebook page and also apartments managers are giving out great deals on Craigslist. I would suggest North Davis because it’s pretty close to campus and very high density of college students.
My friend is working on a very cool project, working on a way to solve the global hunger crisis and feed 9 billion people by 2050, and I’m trying to help get Team UC Davis get votes! It would mean a lot to me if you were able to spread this to fellow Davisites, here’s a link to a post I’ve made about the project, which includes their video!http://yogurtpockets.tumblr.com/post/49422100581/please-vote-for-team-uc-davis-my-friend-and
For me it started out as a great addition to my resume, but I met these amazing people that I would never had the opportunity to otherwise. We just had our first initiate class and they’re all incredible people. As a science major I don’t get the chance to interact with comm majors or art majors, but we have a great mix.
I would like to invite anyone interested to a hike on May 18th 9:15am at University Falls. Let me know if you’d like to go to this open event for just the price of gas and lunch :)
I think that any apartment complex is social in the first few months. Just get to know your neighbors. Knock on their doors and invite them over for dinner or something :)
Personally, I would stay away from West Village etc. since they are crazy expensive. I would suggest getting your own room, but participating in a roommate placement program so you can make friends with other transfers.