Cheers to Thursday’s water main break in the student parking lot giving the entire south complex a day off. Who does not enjoy getting out of school at 9:45 a.m.?
Cheers to all the people who still have not given up on their New Year’s resolutions.”
Cheers to the University of Georgia winning the national championship! The Bulldogs beat the University of Alabama 33-18. Go Dawgs!
Cheers to staff writer Allyssa Daigle’s thrift store finds. She successfully thrifted a beautiful red sweater that received multiple compliments as she wore it to school Friday.
Cheers to the snowfall this past weekend. Even though it never stuck and only lasted for an hour, it was a beautiful and rare sight for snow to fall in Georgia.
Cheers to all the people who still have not given up on their New Year’s resolutions. No matter if it is to go to the gym, eat healthily, be nicer, do better in school, make new friends, or any others, we are extremely proud of each and every one of you for sticking with it. Go you!
Jeers to all three schools on the south complex having a boil water advisory last Friday due to the water main break. This prevented students from being able to use the water fountains and bottle refill stations, causing the only solution to be to distribute plastic water bottles.
Jeers to people who constantly violate your personal space.”
Jeers to teachers who never let us have class outside when the weather is nice. Yes, we are specifically addressing newspaper adviser Justin Spencer. Just let us go outside once in a while!
Jeers to people who immediately give up on their New Year’s resolution. If you find yourself back into your old routine on January 2, you probably did not give it a good enough try. Time to try again.
Jeers to people who constantly violate your personal space. It is not cool to try and hug someone after they have repeatedly said “No,” and asked you to go away.
Jeers to the University of Georgia defeating Alabama in the national championship game. It was a tragic moment for all Crimson Tide fans. However, 18 national championship trophies are nothing to be sad about.