Being a student is not an easy role. You have to manage your time to address all your responsibilities in all your subjects. Meetings and activities in your organizations also call for attention. Not to mention your friends and acquaintances who may invite you to lunch or dinner. When you get home, household chores are already waiting for you. Most of the time, there are lots of things to do within a day, and the duration of 24 hours seems to be inadequate for you to finish all your responsibilities.
Your academic qualifications have a big role effect to who you will be in the future. Employees refer to your academic achievements in order to have a glimpse of what kind of employer you can be. No matter how much you do not want to admit it, grades are not just numbers—they provide a hint of who you are as a student.
I am pleased to announce Nathan Yates and Adam Gross as the newest members of the VCR Executive Board. Nathan will be serving his second term on the Board as Attorney General and Adam will be serving as the Executive Assistant. Per Article I of the VCR Constitution, these officers were confirmed by the Board–unanimously. Additionally, I am proud to announce the appointment of Andrea Messer as the Alumni Relations Chair. We look forward to a great year together!