To get good insightful answers, how the question is framed matters. I missed an opportunity on Thursday
I have this real love/hate thing going on with The Western Gazette. Some days, I really love their coverage and then there are others when I really hate it.
Today, it’s love. (Nice work Lauren.)
I just read further into the paper and there is a lot of good content today.
This opinion is dead on: "More importantly, I’d suggest the USC avoid asking questions if it does not intend to listen to the answer." I could apply that statement to many students unions across country, especially this one.
Seriously, student politicians, insulting the intelligence of your student body is not a good strategy if you are trying to convince government that you should be taken seriously.
If students are dumb, and your a "student leader" elected by "dumb" students, what credibility do you have?