what made you think,
"ya freakin' me out?" today?
"ya freakin' me out?" today?
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« on: July 22, 2005, 03:34:59 PM »
Okay, if you decided $$$ over higher-ranked school, or rank over $$$, say which schools.
if will go to school of choice at the drop of an email acceptance over the one you've been accepted with $$$, say which schools.
i have this theory...i think the majority of people who go to public school, while growing up, will scorely poorly on the LSAT....let's see.
(this poll was a spark from something i saw in the offtopic section here.)
let me know what you guys think!
Just an update. No word on what the complications were just yet... A voice like chocolate. He will be remembered, and his songs will live on forever, as will he.
So many talented artists have died in the past 3 years, it's really strange...
« on: June 28, 2005, 02:50:57 PM »
are there folks out there who will actually go to rutgers-camden as a result of that scholarship and auto-admit letter for fall 2005? if yes, then where were you headed before that?
just a little curious about this...
well, as much as i would have enjoyed going to costa rica this summer, as it turns out, i'm off to italy instead. nice 2nd prize, i'd say...anyhow, long story short, does anyone out there have any great, off the road mostly travelled, places to travel ideas?
i'll be there in august. from what i've heard it's the busiest time of the year for americans to be there unfortunately...anyway, i'm really excited about it.
my plan is to just take off for a few days...anything on the way to germany perhaps? i don't want to do what most people have done...i don't want to spend countless hours travelling to a location just to return hours later. i want to really get a feel for some place a day at a time.
i'm sure once i get there, i'll find something to do, but thought i'd ask in case there's some really great experience out there that i need to escape to while i'm there.
i'm really, really excited about this & i, of course, plan to take my handy dandy camera...foliage isn't all that important. i like taking really great pixs of interesting places with beautiful or "not so beautiful things" & people as well...
i've gotten all the books, so no need to refer me to any of them. i should list the ones i've read...what i'm looking for is what's not in there.
i'll spend most of my time in the nothern part with friends & will have few days, about 4 days to just be.
let me know...tks.
« on: April 19, 2005, 12:17:29 AM »
Anyone there know anything about this?
RACIST FLYERS TARGET BLACK STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
Campus administration reportedly does nothing about it
Cincinnati, OH (BlackNews.com) - Recently, at the University of
Cincinnati, a group of white students referred to as the National Alliance
posted flyers on campus that target African-American students.
The flyers read "Don't Have Sex With Blacks - Avoid AIDS". The flyer
was seen all over campus, and was even featured in the school newspaper
as an advertisement.
Erika Guice, a Black student at the University, comments, "I saw the
flyer and not only were we embarrassed, but we were devastated at why
would our school would allow this to be posted in the newspaper."
"We feel that our school, whom we pay a high tuition to every quarter,
does not appreciate the Black students who attend this University,"
National Alliance is an on-campus group of white students that attend
the University of Cincinnati, and are known for their racist teacings
Black students at the University say that campus administration is well
aware of the group, and does nothing about them. In fact, one white
staff member said that "everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and can
post their messages freely on campus."
This is not the first for the city of Cincinnati, which has had a
terrible record of police brutality against Blacks.
"We need change," comments Guice. "Change has to
come from somewhere and I believe that if one person can't
stand for what they believe in, then no one ever will."
For more info about this situation, contact Erika Guice at
email@example.com or 513-556-7459 or 513-551-6469. Erika is
organizing a group of Black students to take a stand.
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