I don’t know about all of you, but this has been a pretty intense semester for me. From papers due every class meeting to balancing work and family life, it has been tough. Over the next two weeks, we will all stock up on coffee and reach that crisis period in our lives where we want to walk away and say we’re done. That feeling of, “I am so over this, why am I here, and what is an education, anyway?” For those of you graduating, I wish you the best. For the rest of us, let’s kick those tests’ asses. Here is the final ASI update of the semester:
Belmont Shore Parade: Every year the Associated Students create the float for the Belmont Shore Christmas Parade, and they need volunteers! This year, the parade will be taking place on Saturday, December 7th. If you are interested in helping out, reach out to the ASI Community Service Commissioner at
Supply Drive: The Child Development Center is having a supply drive from now until the end of the semester. They are looking for items including crayons, baby wipes, really anything kid-related. There are boxes scattered throughout campus including locations such as the Beach Pride Center on the first floor of the University Student Union. Help the kids out this holiday season by donating!
ASI Election Forms: For those of you who are interested in joining ASI next year, start looking up the job descriptions over winter break! The application process begins December 2nd and election season will take place a couple months into the Spring Semester. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a strong student leader, please apply! For more information, check out the ASI Government website for details.
Finals are about to get real, so study up and finish strong. Take a trip and relax when it is all done; you deserve it. On behalf of the ASI President and Vice-President, John and Jon, we wish you happy holidays and a happy new year!