Cubic zirconia to the senior who said, “The sun still shines tomorrow if you don’t go to class today.” Betcha bottom dollar that girl’s starring in “Annie.”
Diamonds and Coal
A diamond to “Freeway” Rick Ross, who said of the value of libraries, “Nobody told me there was books in there that could help you get money.”
Cubic zirconia to the first-year who said he “should have been reading the Morning Mail.”
Coal to the Aga Khan who said, “Everybody makes mistakes — never regret them, but correct them.” The Herald regrets his error.
Coal to the founder of OBSIDIAN Magazine who said, “I’m really not about editing too deeply.” Neither is the Indy.
A diamond to the first-year who said she is not currently looking for an internship and did not know that CareerLAB was hosting a career fair.
Coal to Laia Darder Estevez, teaching associate in language studies, who said, “I don’t like my students deciding what they learn.” Sorry we’re not Columbia.
A diamond to men’s basketball head coach Mike Martin, who “thought the zone was a good change of pace, but our bread and butter is our man-to-man defense.”
A diamond to Roberto Gedeon ’15 and Alexandra Kordas ’15 for starting a style blog, because they wouldn’t be caught dead in cubic zirconia.
We gave a diamond to novelist John Banville. Find out why.