When I consider how I earn my grades in class, I often think of putting in hours of study and research to prove my retention of the knowledge through papers, quizzes and tests.
Jesus McMurphy Christ. I didn’t know a failure could be as epic as the BYU ticket release and subsequent campout.
When we hear the word “diversity,” we think of different creeds, colors, ages and physical abilities. We often think of diversity as something easily recognizable. Yet, there is a minority group that is not easily distinguished. It is comprised of all creeds, colors, ages and backgrounds, and known as the veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
We all know how good it feels to find cash. I remember finding 100 bucks once when I was about 13 years old. It was before I had to worry about gas, rent, insurance or dates, so I used it all on myself. As I recall, I spent a lot of time in a go-kart.
So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye. We know it as Louie’s. Those before us knew it as Monty’s; before them, Henry’s.
After hearing the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities was accusing a friend of mine of aiding and abetting his own assault, I felt compelled to ask its director, Lee Mintz, a few fairly simple questions. I have yet to hear back from Mintz, so I’ll redirect one of those questions to you: How does disallowing a student the right to have an attorney present during a hearing or meeting, a process that follows legal procedures and involves legally binding documents and contracts, not put the student at a disadvantage or violate civil rights? With that in mind, I ask that you hear out this case.