“I have nothing to wear.” A quote commonly heard by anyone who has ever tried to pick out an outfit and couldn’t find anything they liked. With closets full of clothes people constantly face the struggle of looking through their closets and finding themselves very disappointed.
Valentine’s Day is all about love; you either love-to-love Valentine’s Day or you love to hate it. People fill their days around boxed chocolates and roses or over-sized stuffed animals that you could buckle up in the car on the way home and will probably throw in the attic in a couple weeks, all to serve one purpose: to make you feel like someone loves you on this particular day.
There is something about the anticipation of opening your mailbox and finding a letter inside of it. The feeling of opening that box, though, and finding a yellow slip triggers an even better feeling.
Even on a small campus like Springfield College, walking from one side to another at night can be quite the hike, and the distance between the Townhouses and International Hall is never a fun walk. On this campus, a handful of students meet the qualifications and land the job of a Pride Ride Driver. When students see those flashing green lights during snow storms in the winter or when they’re scared to walk alone at night, it becomes their knight in shining armor.
People struggle with acceptance and their decisions for their sexual orientation and how people will treat them everyday. On this campus, there is a group called the Pride Alliance. Pride Alliance is holding a booth in the Union everyday this week to get people to participate in Ally Day.