During my four years at UF, I’ve learned that if you find a passion, learn how to fail and surround yourself with the best people, you will set yourself up for an unforgettable college journey that will set you up for success in life.
Instead of my usual conservative ranting about taxes and regulation, I have decided to write my final two columns on what I’ve learned here at UF.
I have great news for everyone who is graduating and can’t find a job. North Dakota is on a hiring spree and needs people fast.
Today, the Supreme Court will begin to hear arguments for the most significant case since the likes of Gideon v. Wainwright, Brown v. Board of Education and Miranda v. Arizona in the battle over Obama’s health care reform.
As we get closer to graduation, more of us are looking to make the kind of money we’ve never seen in our lives at new jobs.
After the release of President Obama’s budget a few weeks ago, I was struck at the massiveness of federal spending.
Go vote Feb. 21 and 22 for the zombie-killing Marine and football player Jesse Schmitt as your Student Body vice president.