Is the requirement demanding that students take two Christian-based religious classes now archaic and unnecessary? Given the interdependence of the world in which we live, I believe that the colleges decision to focus solely on Christianity disservices its students.
Some studies show that a good diet and regular exercise can lower the risk of developing clinical depression, but if you don't want to do that, a good preventative measure is to never look directly at the President's house.
Some Oles find fault with the Mess, declaring it a propagator of only liberal standpoints. Some consider it inferior to their former high school newspapers. With this in mind, I write to propose a challenge to everyone in agreement with the above statements.
Ladies, if in the past you've ever jokingly said that you would rather get a Pap smear than go to that soul-impoverishing 8 a.m. class, you might be interested to know that you can no longer receive such a service at our health center.