By: Newswire Staff In stark contrast to last year’s Student Government Association (SGA) executive election in which only one ticket ran for office, this year’s student voters will have four options to choose from when voting begins Oct. 26 at 8 a.m. The tickets running are “The A Team” consisting of Alex Hale, Aimee Boivin and Adam Dill; “JJM” consisting of Johnny Srsich, Jacob Jansen and McKenzie Lauver; “SSM” made up of Samuel Buettner, Scott Jones and Meredith Hayden; and “ZRE” comprised by Zeina Farhat, Ryan Fitzgerald and Eduardo Patron. The Newswire staff met with all four tickets and has … Continue reading SGA executive endorsement
When pursuing your passion is worth missing out “Katherine, have you been getting any sleep?” People who know me have asked me this question pretty frequently. My answer for the majority of this year has been, “Not really.” It seems I’ve become known for a few things in my circle of friends, and two of those have been my bizarre sleeping pattern and my severe coffee addiction. I don’t suffer from insomnia, and I actually enjoy a good nap when I get the chance. No, I’m just a double major involved in a few too many extra-curricular activities. To … Continue reading Senior Letters: Katherine Colborn
By: Sabrina Brown College is a funny thing. Honestly, on the surface, it makes little to no sense. We’re sent off into the “real world” for the first time, given freedom, mounds of schoolwork and a copious number of distractions, and then we’re told to “find ourselves.” Sounds easy, right? Well, yes and no. Over the next few weeks, you’ll hear countless people tell you this is the beginning of the rest of your life, that you’re embarking on some great, profound journey. The truth is that you are. Not profound, so much, but a journey nonetheless. You aren’t Bilbo … Continue reading An adventure in being Alice
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