CHEERS to the orange chicken at Wok On Up.
JEERS to the chow mein at Wok On Up.

 

CHEERS to Hillside being open over summer.
JEERS to Connections not being open over summer.

CHEERS to students giving away free stuff at the end of the semester.
JEERS to having to give away stuff because you didn’t plan ahead.

 

CHEERS to buying hundreds of dollars worth of candy in a hopeless effort to empty your declining.
JEERS to having to buy hundreds of dollars worth of candy in a hopeless effort to empty your declining.

 

CHEERS to campus being half-empty, inducing a general aura of calm.
JEERS to campus being half-empty and all your friends having left before you.

 

CHEERS to summer.
JEERS to summer if you’re going to spend it in a place where it gets hotter than 100 degrees.

 

CHEERS to “Incredibles 2” coming out soon.
JEERS to having had to wait 14 years for “Incredibles 2.”

 

CHEERS to the Campus Times going almost completely digital.
JEERS to no one reading the Campus Times anyway.

 

CHEERS to those who are graduating.
Also CHEERS to those who were supposed to graduate this time but were set back for whatever reason. You’ll get there.

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Lack of an Iran deal means war

My grandpa was drafted during the Korean war but was lucky enough to be stationed in Alaska as a sharpshooting instructor, far from the fighting. My dad went to community college during Vietnam to avoid the draft. I fear that I might be unlucky enough to be alive during another draft, for an Iranian war.

A documentary fosters collaboration between students and professor

Professor Daphon D. Ho premiered on May 3 his documentary film “Living History: Remembering the ‘Forgotten’ Korean War,” which follows Ho’s  spring 2016 course on the Korean War.

Four years of professional sports

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