It?s funny that, for a group of people who volunteer to chronicle the life and times of the university, there is no one to officially record the history of the group itself.
That?s where Ray MacConnell comes in. He takes it upon himself to remember the joys and pains of life in the bowels of Wilson Commons ? what was a bad idea when, as well as who got married to whom and how cute their kids are now. He gives us a sense of continuity that no other person or thing could provide. He?s also a sounding board and a calming force whether we need parental guidance, decorating advice or a ride to the airport.
And that?s just exactly what CT editors ? a group of idealistic kids who sleep too little and think too much ? need.