I walked into the post office in Nottingham’s city-centre, and pushed the screen for counter-services. Out popped a ticket which gave me the number 007.
“Excellent,” I thought. “I’ll be through here soon.”
This is our life. Or, is it their life? His life?
Editor’s note: The title for this column comes from the nickname for French composer Francis Poulenc. Translated idiomatically, the phrase means “Half Monk, Half Delinquent.”
Green Room Certification is getting off to a roaring start this year. The number of certified dorm rooms on campus has already surpassed that of last year, with 21 so far this semester. There were only 20 all of last year.
The first night of Christmas at Luther, I expected the narrator to say: “Welcome to Christmas at Luther 2008” instead of 2011. I was shocked that she didn’t. I was actually about to exchange looks with my viola friends to confirm that she’d made a mistake, before I realized what was going on.
2008. That was freshman year. This is senior year.
“Look at those ugly skanks that make up the female leadership of the Democratic Party.”
Believe it or not, the above quote broadcast on the Lee Rodgers Show on September 17, 2008.
One of the biggest conflicts that plague college students is deciding what to do next. Our teachers, parents and family friends are always asking where we are going to go after we get our degree. After many painstaking hours of pondering, I think I have decided the list of things I want to accomplish after I graduate.