Students can rejoice as the second Student Executive Council (SEC) referendum within six months become yet another for the history books. But before we commit the Greek Life referendum to the past forever, let's look at what the Case Western Reserve University campus can learn from recent SEC history.
To the editor: Although making a "queue" area will help with the extreme congestion, this will ultimately not solve the central problem. The central problem is that the vast majority of those crossing the intersection of Euclid and Adelbert have to cross both streets.
John Kasich has a plan for Ohio. He wants to take swaths of the state government and turn it over to big business. For me, this begs the question: what exactly is Ohio, Inc. going to do? After all, the only business that John Kasich has worked for in the last 30 years was Lehman Brothers - which, need I remind you, went bankrupt in 2008 and precipitated the recent financial crisis.
One of the main criticisms I hear about commuters is that they don't get to participate in the "college experience." This is based on the idea that by living on campus, students mature and learn to be self-sufficient. Purchasing food, washing clothes, responsible partying, and other residential mainstays support improved time management and social skills.