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4th year civil engineering student. Works as a spoiled engineering intern for Summers Engineering, Inc. during school breaks. Finals make her brain tired and grumpy. Ashley Update: Isn't it supposed to be spring?
Sits most nights at desk doing pages of endless engineering homework and daydreams of snowboarding in fresh powder........... sigh
Is excited to go home again and visit the good ol' 559. Wants to visit Death Valley for spring break but all her friends are wimps.
Ashley thinks these are the most shadiest things about Davis:
The massive amounts of people wearing Ugg's
all the EPA Superfund Sites around Davis
Castilian Hall dorms
Classes where the professor deliberatly tries to fail people
Athletes getting better pass times than the rest of us. Come on they already get paid to attend as it is
a vast portion of ASUCD
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I haven't suppressed your comments today. I've just disagreed with you. And to disprove a charge of libel, Saul would have to prove that he is not an 'fucktard'. Since I don't believe the word is defined in any dictionary, he'd have a difficult task. Delete this comment when you finish reading it, if you want. —BrentLaabs
I'm probably more disagreeable today due to finals. By the way, I liked your list. I don't feel it's a community list, but if it's labelled that's fine. My roommate works for TAPS and I told him about it. He said they hate people as much as people hate them. :) —BrentLaabs
Brent, you use my name like you know who I am. Ashley, you seem pretty spiffy. —SS
I like the word spiffy, yes you do seem spiffy, especially since we both find the DPD shady and Swords and Sandals—JimSchwab
I actually meant to link it directly to the list on your page, but I don't think that anchors work across pages. I'm not calling you shady or anything. :) —BrentLaabs
Since you appear to live in greystone, I feel as though I should ask you a question which I have asked on the wiki before but recieved no definitive answer to. If, hypothetically of course, someone were to walk in off the street into greystone during that saturday breakfast thing, would this person be able to feast upon the food there? Is there any sort of checkpoint or something? Remember, this is all hypothetically speaking of course. - GeorgeLewis
- the reason why athletes get better pass times is because they have to schedual their classes around their athletic practices, which are generally around 3-5 hours long 5 days a week. when all is said an done, the amount of classes they can not take because of this conflicting arangement is well more than the amount of classes you can not get into because athletes have better pass times. also the majority of athletes do not recieve athletic scholarships and do not get units for their sport. thus this is not a shady practice.—mattHh
- OK, but let's give Engineering team members better pass times too. After all, pioneering Engineering work is far more relevant to the University than athletics. I think it's silly to give athletes favorable treatment, especially when athletics don't really have anything to do with the primary goals of the University. -JeyKottalam
- Props to that! I've been on two civil engineering design teams during my time here. We have set meetings, and competitions, so is there a reason why athletes are more important than us? NO. I put at least 30 hrs a week into Concrete Canoe last year, and it would have been nice to have some kind of early registration to get my classes set up to maximiza me time. This school isn't like Fresno State, athletics aren't the only thing important, so the Registrar's Office needs to recognize that all of us should have the same dog-eat-dog chance at fighting to get classes.
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