We promise …

Millions of Americans make New Year’s resolutions every year. As an editorial board, we decided to make resolutions for this semester’s Stater and Forum page, as well as resolutions for ourselves and share them.

Stater Editorial Board resolutions:

• We resolve to have more stories and opinions that discuss issues that affect students.

• We resolve to discuss more local issues.

• We resolve to listen to the needs of the student body.

• We resolve to publish more content on our Web site, StaterOnline.com

• We resolve to challenge the status quo in hopes to bring about positive change.

Personal resolutions:

Jackie Mantey


• Make V8 and vitamins my new best friends.

• Not forget to feed my fish, Black Betty.

• Try to keep pairs of socks and gloves.

• Not drop a class.

• Get a good internship.

• Apply for scholarships rather than let them sit in my desk and gather dust.

• Stop overdrawing on my bank account.

• Tell mom when I miss her.

• Try to scale Leebrick Hall.

Kali Price

• Find an internship.

• Find a boyfriend (Guys, my e-mail address is on page two if you’re looking for a sweet, fun-loving single girl).

• Keep my room clean.

• Work out at least three times a week.

• Stop going to the BK lounge so much.

• Try not to fight with my brother.

• Become closer with more of my sorority sisters.

• Save money.

• Watch less TV.

• Stop buying so many clothes.

Seth Roy

• Graduate.

• Keep Kali from getting a boyfriend.

• Find a job.

• Move out of Ohio.

• Write a front-page story for a professional paper.

• Fill the Stater with interesting, well written articles.

• Spend more time with my girlfriend.

• Play my Nintendo Wii a minimum of 10 hours per week.

• Eat Hot ‘n Spicy Chex Mix daily.

• Average more than 200 pins per game (bowling).

Bryan Wroten

• Waste less time.

• Not abuse my reporters (too much).

• Make time to read books for fun.

• Try to eat more than once a day this semester.

• Try to shave my beard more than once every couple of months.

• Not stay up until 3 a.m. when I have class at 9 a.m.

• Talk to my family more.

• Not overwhelm myself with work any more than I already have.

• Try to sleep at normal times.

• Not get sued for libel.

The above editorial is the consensus opinion of the Daily Kent Stater editorial board.