Rain poured down over campus late Thursday afternoon, delivering an ominous start to an Arizona football season with budding expectations. Read More
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It was the night before classes started; social events marked by forced friendliness and repetitive what’s-your-major introductions set the campus abuzz.
Last week, Wiz Khalifa, the rapper, was arrested in Los Angeles International Airport for riding a “hoverboard”.
“I’ve seen somebody get shot in the head. I was, like, 8,” admits 15-year-old plaintiff, Philip W., in a video on Trauma & Learning, a webpage dedicated to the Compton Unified School District lawsuit.
Throughout the first week back at school, there were myriad mild but persistent irritants that we all encountered as we made our way across campus—the ineffable heat, the pedestrians who don’t understand that the bike lanes are meant for bikes, the struggle of locating classrooms, etc. However, the real winners of the “mild but persistent irritant” competition were the people who spent the week shoving their religion down your throat and their flyers in your face.
This is an exciting time of year when our campuses come alive with new and returning students, fresh with hope and motivation to achieve new goals.