With the ending of Phase 3 and the beginning of town exploration, I decided to at least try to make a playlist accurately describe the insanity of walking up and down hills on campus to amuse yourself, and to celebrate the very strange beginning of a semester that we’ve all had. The Spotify link can be found here.
Truth found Lie and asked,
“Where do you live?
I want to see you…”
To our maybe-benevolent-and-retired overlord:
If I’m being honest, I’ve never participated in Rock the Community before. Don’t get me wrong, I always wanted to—I remember reading about it on the Campus Traditions page of the SR website. It makes sense, then, that I scheduled my whole freshman year RTC Friday around its events. Too bad it got rained out and was never rescheduled.
Advice Column Three
Lost in the shuffle
The Green New Deal (GND) has been talked about within the past couple of years at a rapidly increasing rate. The Sunrise Movement held over 200 town hall meetings just to promote the GND. But, what is it? Who created it? And most importantly, can we afford it?. Corporations such as BP and ExxonMobile are destroying our earth. At this point, we can’t afford not to implement this. In fact, in the past we have implemented it. The New Deal was introduced by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933. This created lots of new jobs and arguably ended the Great Depression.