After a year feeling like an old, crotchety grandma, I am ready to spend the rest of my life as a freshman.
As of tonight, The Crimson officially endorses Hayward-Zhang for the ’09-’10 UC President and Vice-President. Although the policy platforms of the Bowman-Hysen and Hayward-Zhang tickets are very similar, we believe George J.J. Hayward ’11, a Crimson editorial writer, and Felix M. Zhang ’11 have a track record that proves they will implement their proposals. Hayward’s accomplishments include obtaining cell phone service for AT&T users in the Quad, erecting ATMs in the Quad and the MAC, and persuading administrators not to reduce the shuttle schedule. When he ran for UC Representative, Hayward promised such results—and he delivered. As UC President, he ostensibly will do for the entire student body what he has done for his current constituents. More after the jump.
Though it is natural to be sympathetic to the plight of illegal immigrants, one must remember that they are illegal, and hiring them is illegal as well.
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Students who exit Harvard Yard via Dexter Gate are reminded to “Depart to serve better thy country and thy kind.”