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It's Summer time!
By SMilay Towmend
Spring has arrived and soon summer will be here as well. Other than eating ice pops and
enjoying the cool water at the pool, what are you doing this summer?
“This summer I plan to get a job, take care of my sister and mom. I also v\/ill work towards
getting my license, txrt if I do not succeed I will spend the rest of my time lifting weights and
running,” said freshman Air Force ROTC Cadet La’Ieeqa Hason Hussein.
Bria Robinson, freshma, said “During my summer break, I will work out to stay in shape
for the basketball season. I plan to play in a summer baskett>ail league also. I will get my
license and hopefully a car also. If possible I also want to get a job."
By CImmeon Terry
I don’t care how many parties you’ve been
to or how hard you think you can party, the
dudes in Project X top it all.
In Nima Nourizadeh’s directorial debut,
Boxoffice.com reported that Project X col-
in its open
The total do
was almost $50
a worldwide in
come at more
than $60 mil
Project X is
the average, un
popular kid who
plays it safe.
the teenaged so
who takes the
liberty of orga
nizing the party.
iel Brown plays
J.B., the chubby
Jewish kid who
is praying to fi
nally get lucky
his last year of high school.
The story starts at Thomas’ house when
his parents conveniently go out of town on
his 17th birthday. His fnend Costa convinc
es him to throw a party, in order to increase
their popularity during their last year of high
school. Reluctantly, Thomas agrees to host
the party at his
homas is a
;ood kid, but
e’s kind of
ore the end
f the night,
le three guys
uana, stole a
ill of ecstasy,
'umt down the
Project X is
•om when the
id when “it’s
end. I give
this movie an
honest 10 out
of 10. I highly recommend seeing it, but I
wouldn’t recommend trying it.
Spring Student Elections
Empty ballots welcome all-comers
By DanM L Prater
Fayetteville State University’s Spring Student Elections are upon us once again. As
candidates prepare for long campaign nights and complex campaign ^proaches, let’s take
a look at the positions available.
• Vice President
Senators-at-Large (representing the 10 Residence Halls on campus)
• Off-Campus Senators (10 positions available)
• Graduate Senators (for any full-time Graduate Students/ two positions available)
Student Activities Council
• Program Director
• Business Manager
• Administrative Assistant
• Council Members (multiple)
Student Judicial Board (five student positions)
Class Officers (President, VP, Secretary, etc. for Freshman, Sophomore, etc.)
• Class Kings & Queens (Mr. and Miss Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior)
Quick reminder for those of you who enjoy challenging opportunities ripe with personal
s^isfaction, review the SGA Constitution found on the SGA Website under the ‘info’ tab.
SGA representatives strongly encourage commuters to apply for the Off-Campus posi
Some important dates to remember:
April 3, Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., RJSC 236 (Campaign Meeting)
Apnl 11, Wednesday at 2:00 p.m., RJSC (Election Day)
Apnl 12th, Thursday at 2:00 p.m., RSJC (Election Speeches)
tereste in m^ng a difiference on campus? SGA representatives encourage students
to apply tor multiple positions. Please contact Dr. Walter McNeil (2) 910-672-2207 or
email via email@example.com.
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With so many positions up for grabs, who knows what our student political climate has
m store? Anyone among us could shape FSU’s future, even you!
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