May 10, 2021

Whasssuppp?

Thumbs up to Stan Martineau and the USU Eastern Automotive Department for sponsoring the second annual “National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey” in the Macdonald Career Center, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The biennial outreach event is dedicated to promoting the use of alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles. Demonstrations on fuel cells and biodiesel will be given by USU Eastern students.
Thumbs up to keeping it real with our schools colors. We’re proud to be the Golden Eagles and staying true to the gold and yellow through and through. No identity crisis here.

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Thumbs up to Stan Martineau and the USU Eastern Automotive Department for sponsoring the second annual “National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey” in the Macdonald Career Center, Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The biennial outreach event is dedicated to promoting the use of alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles. Demonstrations on fuel cells and biodiesel will be given by USU Eastern students.
Thumbs up to keeping it real with our schools colors. We’re proud to be the Golden Eagles and staying true to the gold and yellow through and through. No identity crisis here.

Thumbs down to students and staff smoking by the doors of campus buildings. The law says smokers must stand 25 feet away from the entrance of a building; this is definitely not the case throughout campus. And yeah, the rule is 25 feet, but why not stand even farther away, or not in the direct path of foot traffic. Others shouldn’t have to suffer because of another’s bad habits.
Thumbs down to fall break…oh wait, what fall break? Whasssuppp with that USU? If all I wanted was a three-day weekend I would just skip my Friday class(es). How come we can’t get a whole week off like everyone else, or even half a week? Spring break BETTER be the whole month of March or I’m outta here!!

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