Nothing is ever perfect, no matter how hard we try. However, the mistakes you make throughout your career can very soon catch up to you and define you. Something as small as a few typos or an incomplete sentence in an email you send to a professor can leave a lasting impression on them and their view of you.
As every New Year begins, people post all over social media about their New Year’s resolution.
To the Editor:
Seniors, it’s that time of year again. Graduation. The long-awaited culmination of your educational career is less than two weeks away. Where are you going, and what are you going to do? Many of you may have jobs lined up and many of you may take a little time to figure it out. But before you leave school in the dust, I want to leave you with one piece of advice. Take a look back and thank the people that have helped you get where you are today.
To the Editor:
Given my iconoclastic rhetoric for past Student Senate leaders, I would never have thought to find myself singing praise for the actions of campus government. But here I am.
As a military veteran who swore an oath to defend the U.S. Constitution, (long before many of you were even in high school), few things are nearer and dearer to my heart than the freedom of the press. I must also remark that it took considerable gusto and courage for your editorial board to exercise its opinion last week by endorsing Donald Trump for President.
After last week’s editorial, it was clear Senate needed to take action on the issue of transparency. It is great that The Eagle performs the duty of campus watchdog and this situation was no different. I would like to speak to the timing of everything for a moment.
As a student senator at large, I try to represent the student body to my greatest capacity. In the most recent decision made by Student Senate, regarding Chi Alpha’s concert that was granted allocation, I’ve heard a lot of positive opinions from the student body as a whole.
In light of recent events, namely the ongoing battle between student politicians and The Eagle, as well as the recent front page debacle in the Rapid City Journal, I would like to thank all the current and former Eagle staff members who have played a roll in The Eagle’s journalistic integrity over the years…
This past Saturday, CSC lost one of its own and there are no words to describe the pain seen on faces across campus, especially those of the softball team.
Though I was not acquainted with Fatima, it was heartbreaking to see how hurt her teammates and friends were during Saturday’s basketball games.
Following the Senate meeting of Jan. 19, I was informed that Senate President Dillon Spies had planned to appoint Coy Clark as Chief Justice and to appoint a Constitutional Court as well.