Monday, 20 April 2015 04:53 PM
Hey college students! If yall are looking for somewhere to live for the summer, I have two bedrooms in the same apartment in wolf village (comes furnished) available. Our leases don't end until Aug. If we can find someone to move in for us, we will move out in May, if not we are moving out in June. Comment on this and ill message you!
Monday, 20 April 2015 04:51 PM
Happy 4/20 everyone! I'm talking to all you smokers out there. I'm so high right now that...what was I say?
Monday, 20 April 2015 04:04 PM
You guys, I need some serious advice (even though I know I can't expect any on here). I'm completely lost for direction in life. I have absolutely no idea what I want to do, let alone how to get there. Although I'm currently going through the motions of a business major, I know deep down that it's not what I want. I studied abroad, thinking it would help me find myself - but it actually just made things more complicated. It aleinated me from the social circle I built for myself. People used to look up to me, and now they look down on me. I literally have no value, to anyone. I want to find a place in this world, but I can't find one. I have nowhere I belong, and I'm so alone because of it. So what the hell should I do?
Monday, 20 April 2015 02:23 PM
A friendly PSA to my fellow Twolves
In Human Resource Managment for high paying jobs in the private sector an INSTANT DISQUALIFYING FACTOR for employment consideration is the presence of THC in an applicant's urine/blood sample. During an HR internship last summer with Lockheed Martin in Boulder I watched several applications instantly thrown in the garbage after drug test results were submitted. Honor engineering students from prestigious schools such as MIT were disqualified because the applicant failed a drug test. A positive testing Lockheed employee is a massive legal liability to the company, if an accident occurs and lawyers and federal regulators are called in they'd use a positive testing employee as grounds for their lawsuit. Whether or not the employee smoked the day before or two months before any trace amount of THC makes Lockheed criminally negligent and liable.
This is just one example from the real world, even if the pot smoking employee wasn't high on the job, the mere presence of THC during an investigation has lawsuit written all over it. You'd be fired and your bosses may be imprisoned for their negligence especially if the accident involves the loss of human life. THC isn't alcohol it remains traceable to modern tests anywhere from 6-18 months depending on how much you smoke.
Long story short, if you can't kick your habits you can forget about employment in 100% of white collar America and 95% of blue collar America. You don't have to heed my warning, if you don't believe me you can find out when it's time to start applying for the career. I single out marijuna because of its prevalence and more importantly it's incredibly long half-life in the body of habitual smokers.
Monday, 20 April 2015 02:19 PM
Hey JMC majors, they may be changing the curriculum/emphasis names for the journalism program next year...
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Monday, 20 April 2015 02:03 PM
Monday, 20 April 2015 11:59 AM
So I saw that post about the STDs and if you've slept with 16 people you're exposed to like thousands of other people....well, my number is in the double digits, so I thought I should get tested...and I called that Tests4Greeley place for the free test...and damn was the scheduling girl hot! Is it bad that I wanted to get her number even though she was scheduling me for an STD test?? I'm so pissed I don't have a chance now....what do I do????
Monday, 20 April 2015 11:23 AM
I look around campus everyday and see all of these beautiful women and happy couples holding hands. It fills me with such envy and hopelessness that I will never have something like that. After 4 years, I have truly given up on seeing that there may be a special girl out there for me. I have already accepted truly being alone and watching everyone happy only reinforces it.
Monday, 20 April 2015 10:14 AM
Whoever owns the green and purple, two door jeep that was parked in candelaria on monday has got to be the coolest person on campus!
Monday, 20 April 2015 09:07 AM
Guys and girls, if you feel as if you have to talk to other people (in the non friend manner) behind your significant others back to validate yourself and yourself esteem, I feel bad for your significant other. They deserve better, especially if they treat you right and you're doing this.
Monday, 20 April 2015 08:34 AM
Vagina, Check. Pulse, check. Looks like you meet my requirements
Monday, 20 April 2015 08:29 AM
#7146 The guy with the dark brown hair, ponytail, glasses, and wallet chain who sometimes wears a long dark coat and hat. I don't know if he likes men, but I'd cuddle him so hard.
Monday, 20 April 2015 08:27 AM
Most days she seems like the one. We have a lot of the same interests, moods, try to do nearly everything with each other, and I truly think that she's amazing. Other days, I can't do this anymore. I've already been with someone with anxiety, and I don't think I'm equipped to handle it again. At first, being together made her the happiest person in the world. Now, anxiety, depression, and insecurities have had more episodes than in the past 8 months we started dating. Whenever we're about to have sex, we have to stop because she says her body is horrible looking and then that starts a whole new body shaming episode combined with the guilt of what's now a sexless month. She'll eat a donut from somewhere and start going off about how she's going to put on weight, even though she's been losing weight for a while. She's not big at all, but she feels like it. The therapy people have been worthless thus far, and I've told her not to worry about the sex (it will come later), and focus on what she's doing very well as far as her weight is concerned, but as supportive as I have been for as long as I've been, it's almost like I can't focus on what I need to have done because I'm worried about her all the time. When she gets upset or sad or anxious, she says the most horrible things about herself, and I try and try to help, but then I end up being the sad one because not only do I want this to work, I also want her to be okay, and she's not but I can't do anything about it because I always want to find a fix for it. My patience is running very thin, but leaving would be among the stupidest things I could do, both for me and her, in my opinion. Or would it be the best thing for us? Would she get a better support system from someone else?
Monday, 20 April 2015 07:33 AM
#7145 There's a lot of really immature dudes here who never identify that they are committed to someone and flirt with every other female. Had a lot of guys with girlfriends never tell me they have girlfriends. That's shitty to me and shitty to your girlfriend.
Monday, 20 April 2015 07:18 AM
#7144 GSU was ineffective and self congratulatory with no hierarchy and they will continue to be ineffective without it. It really, really doesn't matter to anyone who isn't on GSU.