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Meet Market 3/28/18

“I have an ex who is really sweet, and I care about their feelings a great deal. I can’t seem to get them to understand the space that I need post-relationship. How do I get my point across without being hurtful or too blunt?” -Sincerely, Claustrophobic Dear Claustrophobic, Breakups are the fine print that people overlook when they enthusiastically sign... Read More

Meet Market 3/21/18

Dearest Caleb of the Meet Market, You may have remembered me from my last letter I wrote to you about a difficulty with asking to partake in an evening with my co-worker. There is currently another fair maiden in my English class that I’m also quite fond of. We have participated in evenings of indulgence with one another, but I... Read More

Meet Market 2/28/18

“Should I go to my girlfriend’s house for spring break? We’ve been dating for a year and a half and I don’t know if I should.” -Decrepit Invalid Dear Decrepit Invalid, Spring break is often considered to be the most fun time during the semester, which is because it is the least painful series of days that occur (and happiness... Read More

Kaylee Sharp elected SGA parliamentarian

At the end of its first meeting since Jan. 29, SGA elected Senator Kaylee Sharp to be its parliamentarian, replacing Ravyn Highsmith. Sharp ran against Senator Mallory Saladen. Both senators gave brief speeches about their respective qualifications which were followed by endorsements from other senators. Saladen was endorsed by Senators Asya Beasley and Engoma Fataki. Sharp was endorsed by Senators... Read More

SGA holds first senate meeting since Jan. 29

On Feb. 19, SGA held its first Senate meeting since Jan. 29 in order to conduct routine business that had piled up during the demonstration. SGA Vice President Reece Christensen said that there was concern among senators that allowing the allowing the business to be unaddressed was causing unnecessary harm to students. “There were some things on the previous agenda... Read More