Archive for September, 2010

Topic Proposal

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

I’m just going to paste what I wrote in my paper…

I love being a Queens College student. I like most of my professor, I like the people on campus and I like the campus itself. However, any who goes to Queens College knows that when it comes to helping students the advisement and registrar offices aren’t very helpful at all. I know personally when I went to the registrar’s office to change my tuition from out of state to instate I got the run-around for 2 weeks. I had all the information I needed and no one in the office even batted their eyelashes at me. I was paying almost double of what I pay now, and to not be taken seriously or even be looked at is not acceptable.

            I went to another university before I attended QC and the people in every office were always generous and helpful. I want to know why there’s a problem with hospitality at QC and want to know if the people working are completely qualified. Since the advising center is always packed with students I want to know if there are enough advisors to students. I know my advisor is not a part of the advising center, but then why is she my advisor and shouldn’t be able to aid me with advising needs?

            My first step is to talk to students, since my friends are easier to interview I will use them, to see any problems they have had. Then I will address the issue to a central body, if possible. Next I will ask questions concerning the issues so I can better find or look for solutions that will both be beneficial to the students and fair to the associates. Last I will execute the solution I find and hopefully make life easier for the students.

            As a group, I would ask for some input on any major problems you’ve faced at QC involving either the registrar’s office or advising center, or if you’ve had problems elsewhere. I would also appreciate any ideas or feedback anyone has to fixing these problems. Any comments are welcome since I do not make up all of the students body and I’m trying to make campus better for all students, not just myself.

            I know that the student government should be the body of people I go to, but I don’t think any student government has done much and doubt that they would be helpful. I will seek out my advisor instead, asking her questions and seeing if she could direct me to a central person who is in charge of the offices on campus. Then, after finding that person I will try to work with them on resolving problems and finding reasonable solutions. I’m hoping that this will finally benefit students and make QC a likable place all around for students.

A Man’s Love Rant

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

I took a tired ride

inside a train to rant

about a war so raw

it sent rocks to my core.

A woman’s vile love.

It’s cruel how they lure you

like a rose turned to a sore

a flower so rotten it tore me up.

I bore my robes of warth and care

But she gave me a rash that I share

with you who look upon this cooled heart.

Her name was so mean I had

the right to these tears.

To try to win now is pointless,

it is vile love

Mr. Andrew Relawson

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

I haven’t sculpted a whole story yet, but what it’s going to boil down to is Mr. Andrew Relawson, a lawyer in New York’s most successful lawfirm “Johnson, Reese and Relawson LLP.” He’s going to come as highly rated with very few cases lost. However, his courtroom behavior and lack of consistency during trials are of big concerns to the prestigious firm. Lately there have been rumors of possible cocain use, which he has denied, especially when asked by the Fox news crew. He has also been seen running around with Cameron Delancy, head of the new committee in D.C., the U.S. Athletics Committee. This all apparently starting some legal battles with his wife, Cindy Relawson.

Again, this isn’t the whole story, I’ll be finishing it later.

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