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Eagle on the Street

(02/11/15 9:22am)

“This Valentine’s Day we do have plans. Before I was with him I never had plans, because I didn’t really celebrate it. But this year, we’re just planning on going to dinner. I have work until 8 p.m. so the next day we will probably do something.”Marrissa Tackett, recreational therapy, sophomore and Kyle Burmis, computer security and networking, freshman


Eagle on the Street

(02/11/15 9:29am)

“We have plans to celebrate. We’re going to go out to dinner and a movie, because it’s just nice to spend time together.”Dakota Taphouse, information assurance, sophomore and Anna Wendt, information assurance, sophomore


Eagle on the Street

(02/15/15 9:22am)

“My favorite president would probably be George Washington. He was one of the founding fathers and I think the idea of coming together and wanting to create a nation that was based on equality, based on freedom and based on using people’s will and determination to grow themselves. I really like that. Maybe it’s not specifically about him, but maybe what he represents.”Beverly Elcock, marketing, graduate


Eagle on the Street

(02/15/15 9:26am)

“It’s either between Benjamin Harrison or Theodore Roosevelt. Benjamin Harrison, I actually used to know, but I can’t remember anymore. Teddy Roosevelt because one, he was probably one of the coolest presidents we had and the only person we have today that matches him is Vladimir Putin – as in toughness.”Guillermo Kilpatrick, biochemistry pre-med, freshman


Eagle on the Street

(02/15/15 9:23am)

“JFK is my favorite president. I think his charisma very much showed during his presidency and I think he really was one of those presidents who was a man of the people. So, I always idolized him.”Desmond Miller, public administration, senior





Eagle on the Street

(02/18/15 8:32am)

“I haven’t really thought much about it. I know it needs a lot of rest and recuperation. The semester’s been trying. I took some heavy classes, but I think rest and relaxation is the only way to go – sleep.Lamar Horton, finance, sophomore




Eagle on the Street

(02/18/15 8:33am)

“I intend to help with the upcoming student body elections and try to help with the campaigns of several senators and several candidates for president. I’ve been getting signatures, approaching students and informing them about the upcoming elections and I’m going to continue that over the break, even though no one will be here. So, God knows how I’ll do it. But that’s one thing I intend to keep working on.William McDonald, public law and government/political science, senior




EotS

(03/07/15 6:03pm)

“I want to say Oprah just because I’ve done research on the service projects that she’s done. I like how, yeah, she does have a lot of money, but she’s very giving with it. And not just in our country, but in other countries and that’s why I admire her.”Karen Finch, junior, public health


EotS

(03/07/15 6:05pm)

“Jackie Kennedy because she was just all about standing up for what she believed in and even after the JFK assassination, she still stood for what she believed.McKenzie Hayward, junior, secondary education


EotS

(03/07/15 6:07pm)

“The one that really sticks out for me is Eleanor Roosevelt. She was such a leader in social justice and used her power for wonderful things, for all women and minorities.”Eric Penrose, senior, Spanish education


EotS

(03/07/15 6:09pm)

“Angelina Jolie. I think she’s really inspiring because she doesn’t really care about other people’s opinions and she just works on herself and being a better person.”Torrey Hicks, junior, criminology


EotS

(03/07/15 6:10pm)

“I’m going to go with Marie Curie because I think she was a pioneer , not only in science, but for women in science. And she actually made a personal sacrifice, both health wise and mental health wise to advance her field of study and to advance women’s positions in her field of study .”Sean Stalley, graduate, linguistics


EotS

(03/07/15 6:06pm)

“I’m going to go with Rosa Parks because she started a movement that most people, back then, probably wouldn’t have been strong enough to be able to stand out against the grain.”Myesha St. John, sophomore, business management