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Posted April 17, 2013, 6:30 pm
Jump on the love train because it is at you’re station and time is running out. This is the last column of the semester and it’s now or never. Love and laughter go hand in hand. I wish that all left hands were named love and all right hands were named laughter. When two people hold hands, they would have the two things that make this world a better place. I have written about tips for success in your love life, while hopefully helping to bring a few laughs along for the ride.
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Posted April 17, 2013, 5:41 pm
The school year is speeding to a close, and so is my time at USU Eastern. Many unforgettable memories and friends have been made and I will walk away with so much more than just my associate of science degree. Those who have not attended USU Eastern may look at it as an odd, little college with little to offer but a handful of hicks and nurses...but from a student’s perspective, I honestly couldn’t have had a better experience anywhere. The story that landed me here is quite an interesting one, full of twists and turns...so, without further adieu, I’ll tell you my roller coaster ride at USU
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Posted April 17, 2013, 5:39 pm
I wrote an article for women on how to get a date. Countless myriads of beautiful women came up to me and thanked me for the tips. It truly brings my heart joy to see people heeding my wisdom. Tears come to my eyes when women slouch around to hide their height. You are welcome.
I had multiple requests from males and females for a follow-up column addressed to the men. The women are now more desirable and men want to ask them out. I have dozens of tips and ideas for men on how to ask out the one you would like on a date. Follow my steps and you will not be disappointed.
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Posted April 3, 2013, 7:05 pm
With warm spring air, comes a certain vigor that can’t be described so much as experienced. The beating sun and scent of flowers is the perfect prescription for the spring fever that debilitates students and employees alike. People stop sullenly glaring at one another through their shivers; the sun, good feelings and smiles seem to brighten each day. Many refer to this time of year as a time of rebirth, so what better time to start over on our long forgotten exercise programs? Also, when better to start a “spring fling” that might turn into something more, with that gal or guy that has bee
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Posted April 3, 2013, 7:03 pm
Espresso and Smoothies at the Golden Grille, AWESOME! Also the extended hours at the Golden Grille and increasing the number of swipes per day at the Golden Grille. We are happy with these changes.
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Posted April 3, 2013, 7:04 pm
A gentleman doesn’t kiss and tell. It is a good thing that I am no gentleman. Who am I? I the world’s best kissing concierge. I hate seeing poor kissing form. I must do something. I will save the world from this plague. I will kiss your mind with my wisdom.
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Posted March 20, 2013, 7:13 pm
The NASA budget is four tenths of one percent of the national tax dollar. If you took a dollar and horizontally cut four tenths of one percent of it off, you wouldn’t even make it into the ink of the paper. Our entire nation’s dreams and future rely on four tenths of one percent of the tax dollar. The $850 billion bank bailout is greater than the entire 50-year-running NASA budget. Yet the government still says that NASA’s budget is too high.
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Posted March 20, 2013, 7:12 pm
Thumbs up- We like how small the campus is at USU Eastern. All of the classes are within walking distance and the size is also great so there is an opportunity to really get to know your professors.
Thumbs down- We don’t like how the lawns on campus are watered so much spring through fall. Water is being wasted and grass is mushy and students are not able to walk across it.
Thumbs down- We don’t like how so many programs are being cut at Eastern, especially cosmetology. It brings in a lot of students.
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Posted March 20, 2013, 7:13 pm
In one’s life, there are few things that can be said to have changed one’s thinking or altered one’s life, and spring break is not often among the top of the list in most cases. However, I had the opportunity for two years in a row to be a part of the SUN Center-sponsored Spring Breakaway that helped me, and many others like me, to become more appreciative of what I have and what I have to give.
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Posted March 20, 2013, 7:14 pm