I’d like to compliment some of Spike Jordan’s editorial, “Have a Safe, Responsible Halloween Weekend” (The Eagle, Oct. 30.)
Senioritis (noun): A crippling disease that strikes college seniors.
It was unnerving to find that CSC did nothing to honor these great people on a day designed especially to remember what they did for us.
Nov. 11 was “OER Day.” With all of the OER returning from Afghanistan this year, how stupid would it be if we forgot to mention that?
Should terminally ill patients have the right to seek assisted suicide?
I read an article in The Eagle last week that suggested senate wanted to spend some $4500 on an email subscription to a health magazine in an effort to curb alcohol abuse.
I’m sure many students and administrators will be hesitant to let a SCAM operate on campus, but let me assuage your fears; this is a SCAM that we can all get behind….
“In lue of Brittany Maynard’s self-inflicted suicide, how do you feel about the Dignified Death Act?”
21, senior of Mitchell
“I feel with Brittany, since she was already diagnosed with stage 4, then go ahead. She got to die with dignity and family by her side.”
Halloween falls on a Friday this year, so we can all don our costumes, go to parties or out to the bars, get smashed, and then have a whole weekend to sleep away our hangovers. The ghost of Charlie Sheen Past echoes through time: “Winning!”
But let’s stop and do some math: skimpy outfits + booze = problems. We all want to have a safe and fun Halloween, so let’s look at some potential risks and consequences, and how we can avoid them.