I know election day has come and gone, but don't let that get in the way of you making your voice heard! I have entered an online music contest at Mormontimes.com, and I need your vote to move on to the next level. Between Nov. 15 and Dec. 15, you can vote once per day per email address, but the catch is that you have to first register on the site in order to vote.
I am excited to be a part of this concert and I think it will turn out to be a great show. As a member of the American Festival Chorus, I have been given four tickets that I am expected to sell. If anyone out there would like to buy any or all of these tickets from me ($10 each), please let me know.
(Tickets will also be available at the door on the night of the concert.)
When I started my graduate program at Utah State, I also started having lunch on campus once or twice a week with Chod and Tameka. We would meet in the Hub and have our lunch without incident. There were two microwaves available for our use.
In addition, most of my classes are held in the business building, and some of them are late afternoon/early evening classes. But there was a microwave in the basement of the business building that was available to use as well.
Fast forward to the beginning of this semester. The business building had been renovated and, lo and behold, all of a sudden there is no microwave in the basement anymore. Not only that, but at the start of the semester, all of a sudden there was only one microwave in the Hub instead of two.
What that meant to meant was waiting longer to heat up lunch in the Hub, and having to trek over to the AgScience building in the evenings to heat up dinner.
Then, as of a couple of weeks ago, the last microwave in the Hub vanished away without warning. I sense a conspiracy.
So now it's just too annoying to bring anything that needs to be heated up at all. From now on it's peanut butter sandwiches for lunch and dinner whenever I am on campus.