In India, the Holi Festival is celebrated at the end of Winter or beginning of Spring in order to usher in the new season. The colors in Holi Powder are meant to be appreciated in a way similar to one appreciating the return of color and life that occurs in Spring. Mythologically, Holi varies by region, but themes that are somewhat constant are love and passion, and common motifs are fire, rebirth, color, and vitality. Seems appropriate for College, right?
To quote the ever popular Trick Daddy: Tuck tuck that ice in, you ain’t, you ain’t iced out. Tuck tuck that ice in, I shine like a lighthouse. I value this quote because Daddy’s words cut straight to two simple truths. People love anything shiny that they can wear on their bodies….especially those that sparkle, [...]
There’s nothing worse than throwing a themed party and having nobody show up in costume – except for maybe being one of the few sad individuals that actually took your advice. Save everyone the embarrassment and give this list a once-over before you decide your going to throw a great college theme party. Yes, they [...]
The following is among the most ambitious party ideas you will ever read. It requires copious amounts of alcohol (in keg form), stellar cross-venue coordination, and a sense of adventure amongst the party attendants. I was told this idea by a friend, although it is currently just that, an idea.
The handcuff party involves handcuffing a pair of opposite gender strangers at the beginning of the night, and forcing them to stay cuffed for the entirety of the party. They will spend the rest of the night laughing at each other’s failed pickup lines, playing opposite hand beer pong, and will likely form an unusually strong friendship or completely loathe each other by the end of the night.
A Black Light Party is one of my top picks for parties that I love to throw and attend. You can go simple with a few of these great tips and tricks, or you can go all-out and have the most talked about bash on campus. Black light, neon, and UV parties come in all sorts of variations, which makes them some of the most versatile parties you can throw.
The year is 1925 and prohibition is in full swing. It is saturday night, you are bored as shit, and you could REALLY use a drink. What do you do!?
You hope to god that you know someone who has an “in” to a Speak Easy. The point of a Speak Easy was to be clandestine, hidden, and only open to those who knew about them. Advertisement was by word of mouth, and entrance usually involved some cryptic process or phrase. THUS, the Speak Easy party should work the same.