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My friends and I love to complain to one another. It's something we do almost daily. Although this is more so for something to talk about - usually our problems are minuscule, and we know this, we just feel like complaining - the whole thing got me thinking: What makes happiness?
Ever wonder why Europeans think Americans are money-obsessed, snobby and uptight? Well, I think I have finally cracked the case. It's because we are.
Registration for spring semester 2010 is coming faster than I ever imagined, and making a schedule I can live with (that satisfies the remainder of my requirements) is causing my hair to fall out. Not really, but close enough, especially because I put off my foreign language requirement and have to take a class that is five days a week with two days having two classes. Word of advice: Take your foreign language requirement NOW if you need it.
As I thought about things I wanted to write about this week, I was struck by how most "opinions" people (including myself, not going to lie) tend to revolve around complaining about something. Granted, opinions usually address an issue someone has with something and can be a legitimate mode of instigating change, but I've recently been struck by the bad effect complaining can have on the mood of everyone around you.
By Andrew W
By Hayley Swinson
It's true that the recent frat e-mail was disgustingly prejudiced. But more to the point, the images that were so bluntly described are not that far from the true social life of a typical Richmond student.
By Jarrett Dieterle
After three and a half years following Richmond athletics, I have seen it all. I have seen good teams and bad teams, great games and miserable games. I have seen our men's basketball team almost upset the University of Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA tournament, and I have seen our football team make a run at their own title before being beaten by Furman University in the quarterfinals of the playoffs.