Posted on April 29, 2002 by Glen Bolduc in Question of the week
“I was once told that if you’re a freshman and you want the teacher’s attention you should sit in the front row. Since then I sit near the front, but not the front row.”
-Sarah Russo, undeclared, sophomore
“I like the wall to lean on because sometimes the class gets long and I need to sleep.
“Riding a bike is pretty fun, but you have to watch out for cars.”
– Jason Klucik, physics, sophomore
“I usually go out with friends and have a few drinks. I sip on them, pretty much.”
– Shannon Wiley, English/psychology, senior
Posted on April 15, 2002 by Glen Bolduc in Question of the week
“It makes me want to skip class.”
Rebecca Rasche, sociology, junior
“It makes me want to get in my car and drive to Canada.”
Sarah Lord, undeclared, sophomore
“Makes me feel ready for summer.”
Mat Leighton, music, junior
“It’s making going to classes a lot harder,”
Kristin MacCaffray, media studies, junior
“It’s kind of made me want to be outside more and absorb the sun.
Posted on April 08, 2002 by Ben J. Arthur in Question of the week
“I’m ready to vote. The only thing I don’t know is who’s running. They should make that available to people.”
-Heidi Colburn, social work, junior
“I’m not going to vote. I have no idea who’s running.”
-Anna Patkus, English, senior
“I’m not going to vote because I don’t know anything about it.
“When I was young, my mom used to give me something to bring to the teachers. It made me feel so embarrassed.”
Pat Rivard, criminal justice, sophomore
“I remember in school we used to put cards in little mail boxes for each other. Everybody sat down and opened them up, and there was all this candy.
Posted on February 04, 2002 by Glen Bolduc in Question of the week
“I think on the whole they do a great job. But I think they tend to drag things out a bit.”
Brian Walsh, undeclared, sophomore
“I’d like to see more musical and theatrical performances. Not just on campus, but in the surrounding area like Portland, just in case people are looking for something to do.
Posted on January 28, 2002 by Jessie Trudeau in Question of the week
“I would definitely go with pants, but dressy pants.”
Kate Whitelaw, undeclared, sophomore
“Shirt and tie. I’d be funny about my outfit. But colorful and I’d probably wear a hat.”
Steve Maxim, therapeutic recreation, sophomore
“If people would get dressed up for it , would I go with the flow?”
Beth Tatro, therapeutic recreation, senior
“I’d definitely wear a suit.
Posted on January 22, 2002 by Kelly Rickards in Question of the week
Lorrayne Carroll, English: “She’s really involved with individual students. She makes you feel welcome and she has a wealth of knowledge.”
Kristina Soboleski, English, junior
Elizabeth Peavey, public speaking: “She’s the most enthusiastic, well-spoken professor I’ve ever had.
Posted on January 14, 2002 by Glen Bolduc in Question of the week
“I stopped making New Year’s resolutions three years ago.”
Julie Tormey, liberal arts, freshman
“I actually don’t have any.”
Kevin Vincent, art, senior
“It didn’t really cross my mind.”
Chris Blackden, geography, senior
Posted on December 10, 2001 by Glen Bolduc in Question of the week
“I love it. I’m all about the warm weather. I cross-country ski when I have the time, but I don’t have the time.”
Emily Branigan, art education, senior
“It’s kind of not really winter. It’s kind of a half-fall sort of creature.”
Andy Aiers, undeclared, freshman
“I think that with this warm weather we’re going to have a long winter, so it’s great for the skiing.