The Charger Battery

Joshua Van Hoesen

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I have to say I am absolutely freakin’ lovin’ this weather out lately: sunny, warm, and the quad is abuzz with activity. It seems like as soon as the weather gets nice the student population triples like squirrels coming out of hibernation: it’s a rather interesting phenomenon.

You know I have to say, kudos to you SCOPE, I just want to give you a big ol’ thank you for all the work you do on the campus!  Glenn and Lindsey, you are the wind beneath my wings and we sure will miss you next year. I don’t think students really realize how much work you do for the student body. Well, I do and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for it. <3


You know what I would really like to see? Bananas in the morning at Bartels. They seem to have them at any and all other times during the day…but not breakfast…peculiar. Sometimes when I wake up I just get that urge to have a nice long juicy banana in my mouth, if ya know what I mean?

Okay people, I’m tired of everyone’s bitching and whining and moaning. I get it, you don’t like all the decisions that the university makes. Hell, and I’m all with you that they sometimes implement them in really boneheaded ways. That being said I feel as if people would pull their heads out of their own self righteous asses they would realize there is stuff they can do about it.

The Battery Charge:

Okay bad implementation on the new housing policy, that being said a lot of people could have avoided hassle by having their deposits turned in on time. Also, finding a place off campus is not as hard as you make it out to be and I’m sure if you go to ORL they could give you some friendly suggestions. Maybe not the most popular decision with the new lunch trays but a simple solution is found: buy some cheap Tupperware and use that instead of the trays. Good Tupperware is like a good suit in my opinion; it is very useful, lasts for years, and impresses the ladies. Last but not least and this one is all on you guys, surprise!! We are adults now so start acting it: an argument or discussion should not just consist of you saying “this sucks, everything’s bad, they just want to screw us over,” I don’t know, maybe making suggestions how to improve it? Or maybe give actual specifics so things can be fixed? Or maybe (and I know this one is really weird) go to talk to someone in administration about it? My favorite thing to do when I have a complaint is log on to!

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