…spamming your Facebook friends with phony offers goes beyond poor judgment. It’s poor etiquette.
In fact, I’d say the only rational thing a thoughtful and attentive student should do during Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) election time is just continue to not give a shit.
It’s great that we’re having a meaningful debate, but if we never arrive at a conclusion or even a semblance of one, what’s the point? Just watch the Piers Morgan gun control debate with Alex Jones, an American gun activist, to get a sense of how free speech on steroids becomes a verbal boxing match with no winner.
But who’s to say my Internet buddies aren’t judging me too? Just how much can I really trust these people? I’ve never met them, and as open as they seem, they could be sitting in front of their computer screens criticizing me for all my wrongdoings. And what about the personas they take up? How do I know if the people I’m confiding in are really who they portray themselves to be?
One glance around a crowded lecture hall will show that most people are web surfing. Why listen to a professor drone on when half a dozen of your friends are dying to tell you about the latest gossip?
“This new motto comes along with broad changes to our school that will reflect this strategy. We’re going to make these words tangible everywhere on campus.”
Allyson Harmon, a fourth-year communications student, is attempting to help students out with a new support club. The group aims to support students who have difficulty following their favourite TV shows while juggling school work.
So, class—in case you missed the other night’s very important lessons, here’s a quick recap.
I am unaware of anyone who has not felt disgusted and pained by the massacre in Newtown. How is it possible for a man to walk into an elementary school with a legally obtained military assault weapon and open fire on innocent children?