Want a salad? That'll be $7.50, please. Students and staff alike have probably noticed that ever since the Quizno's on campus has started selling pre-prepared salads and subs, a case of sticker shock has set in. Never known to sell the most reasonably-priced products, Quizno's will soon be joined by a Starbucks franchise, the sub chain's gratuitously overpriced spiritual brother. »
There are few better examples of Cardinal pride than a Saturday morning at an SVSU home football game. Stands full of rowdy, red-shirted students screaming our team to victory is quite the sight, and provides a major drive for our team. I went to the game against Ferris the other weekend, and it was so much fun to be part of the screaming reds for a nail-biting game. »
SVSU is like one, giant, double-edged sword sometimes. All too often is it that one good thing lends itself to something not so good. I use the words "not so good" because these opposing qualities aren't always interchangeable, which I mean as a good thing. Overall, in my opinion, the good qualities of our school far outweigh the bad. That doesn't mean that there aren't qualms to be had. »
Buckle your seatbelt.
Wear your helmet.
Most of us heard both phrases growing up.
Personally, I find buckling my seatbelt as natural as sitting down. I actually feel odd if I am sitting in a car, moving or not, if I don't have a seatbelt on. »
submitted by Katie Breitenborn
To Patrick O'Hara:
A comedian is just that - a comedian. The shows that broadcast Americans answering political questions in a moronic way are doing so for amusement, however pathetic the ignorance may be. What I would ask is whether or not these programs are edited. If that is the case, then there is a definite problem with your argument. »