After countless cups of coffee, hours of lost sleep, all the papers, projects, mini panic attacks and nervous breakdowns, it hit me.
22, senior of Hooper
“I am graduating so I will go back home and travel before I start my job.”
Brian Tracy, a Canadian author, once said “develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.”
Once every week, I am required to go to the library and do some study time, as per the requirements of the Back on Track program. Let me repeat that: I am required to go to the library.
Student Government Association derives it existence from NSCS policy. NSCS policy requires that SGA follow all state laws.
21, junior of Fromberg, Mont.
“Yes, because I thought it sounded like fun.”
20, junior of Torrington, Wyo.
“Changing the price of online classes per credit hour.”
So really, how horrible of a person are you? The candidates in last Thursday’s Presidential Debate faced heat for more than two painstaking hours, particularly from the audience who fired a barrage of questions that seemed to ask just this.
In a competition there will always be a winner and a loser. Some people may call it first and second place, but it means the same thing. If you are in a competition you need to be prepared to handle yourself appropriately for if you lose.
As with all clubs, we strive for a neutral relationship with Student Senate. However, due to developments such as the New Orleans trip and water bottle stations among others being hammered in articles, subsequently it seems there are impressions that we hold a negative disposition toward them. We attest we have and will continue to have a neutral relationship with Senate.