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Dec. 12th, 2005 @ 02:03 pm personal vendetta....
Okay, this is going to sound really weird, but seeing as how noone else is posting in this community...

most of the newer kids know the horror of the senior health course (to be honest, i've already forgotten the name of it... health studies?), especially that particular period of time in the class where you start discussing all the different types of drugs and how they're horrible for you, etc., etc. being an advocate for drug legalisation, i always wanted to get in huge arguments with the people but i didn't have the information to back it up.

so, my request is that someone who's a senior right now (hell, or even a junior or sophmore... all the health classes talk about it), could you please read "saying yes in defense of drug use" (by jacob sullum) and completely school all of the health teachers on the truth about drugs, especially in regards to alcohol.

i'd do it myself but i'm kind of already graduated and the idea of sending an extremely long email to chastain just doesn't really seem as... disruptive.

any takers?
my self.
Jun. 21st, 2005 @ 04:44 pm Not a subject fan
Dr. Turned died yesterday, June 20th, 2005. For those of you who did not know him personally, he was the Director of College Advising for the past few years. He had been suffering from some type of cancer. I have heard that he was ready to go.

I knew him a little better than most. He was one of my advisors on my Ireland mission trip the Spring Break of '04. He was a great man - always caring about others and trying to help us have the most meaningful trip. I will miss him. Culver will miss him. He was a valuable member of the community.

Rest in Peace Dr. O'Neal Turner.
Jun. 15th, 2005 @ 05:17 am On wedding celebrations in Culver.
I attended a wedding in Culver, at a little Catholic church in town. The reception was held at the library (or, "The Legion Memorial Building," as they insist on calling it these days). A girl I dated when I was a sophmore was the bride. Another girl I'd dated as a junior and senior was a guest. It was a very emotional day. The wedding was beautiful, and I'm very happy for my friend. Being on campus always stirs memories in a way that nothing else can, and being on campus at the same time with someone I attended school with does so even more. At one time or another, I'd sneaked into the stacks of the library to kiss both of those girls. I don't think any of us wants to go back to the mental anguish of adolescence, but there is a sweet nostalgia to walking into a place that hold power in your memory with a person who is alive in your memory at your side.

Culver is like that for me; always alive. I've been through three graduation ceremonies, but still will wear only my Culver class ring. A screen in my mind still displays the sign from the old Shack that says "Hats On. Stand Tall. Look Proud." I am forever grateful for the four years I spent on those few acres of land. A piece of my soul was planted there in early June of 1988, and there will always remain.
yipee ki yay.
Jun. 6th, 2005 @ 09:15 am Not a subject fan
May. 13th, 2005 @ 10:21 am Bored
Im sitting in Maths right now and missing the times i used to smoke in my room at Culver. oh those were the days!so who all is members of LJ?
Dec. 15th, 2004 @ 02:46 pm Not a subject fan
Anybody else ready for break?! I know I am.....everyone have a wonderful break and holidays....
Evil Smiley
Dec. 7th, 2004 @ 10:31 pm Not a subject fan
Happy? I posted, now will you please make it prettyful?
Evil Smiley
Dec. 7th, 2004 @ 02:16 pm Not a subject fan
You really need to do something w/ this community Logan.
Evil Smiley
Sep. 8th, 2004 @ 08:00 pm Not a subject fan
computer club was awesome! good job loganoid

by the way, nice work on this culver lj community.
it's a real hit. it is also ugly !
Jul. 7th, 2004 @ 01:21 am Gotta start somewhere
Hey everyone. I don't know many Culver people with LJs, and I knew there wasn't a community, so I decided to start one. Hopefully people will start to find this and the community will take off. Spread the word, too, so we can get as many members as possible.