Facebook. I don’t want to say everyone has one, but let’s get real. The majority of the student population we are trying to reach are connected online. Utilizing this resource can be a key to success for events, fundraisers and most things related to student government and honor societies. This may be something most of you are already aware of, and you are wondering why I would think it necessary to emphasize this to you. Many organizations, however, fail to exploit the Internet to its full extent. To give an event 100% you need to be committed outside of school, too. Making events, using your statuses and just plastering information all over Facebook is another way to keep your student body informed.
Submitted by alexisdickie on Thu, 03/03/2011 - 13:45.
Submitted by valn331 on Wed, 03/02/2011 - 19:46.
People who know me know that one of the sayings I most truly believe in is: "The best is yet to come." When things are not going as planned, I always know that I can make the best out of every situation, as long as I take an active approach. For a couple of weeks, I abandoned my positive outlook in exchange for a bitter one. How could I make the best out of learning that my favorite professor at U of M, who still had so much life in him, passed away at the age of 41?
Submitted by Chibbs09 on Wed, 03/02/2011 - 01:30.
Do you believe in Miracles?
As I sit here writing this it is 11:57pm on a Tuesday night. I have an exam to study for on Thursday. I have just watched the movie Miracle. I know, probably not the best use of my time. Anyways, for those of you who haven’t seen it (and if you haven’t, I find that VERY hard to believe) it is about the United States 1980 Olympic Hockey Team. Coached by Herb Brookes, this hockey team goes on, defying all odds, to beat the revered Soviet Union team. It is a great time in American history, a game that inspired a nation.
In the movie, once the game is over and the US has won the gold medal, you hear Coach Brookes say this: