Blog Council 11 – The Yearbook


Yearbooks were probably a bigger deal in high school than they are for us now as college students.  Nevertheless, we’re all (hopefully) graduating in about a month, so we chose the ‘Most Likely to…’ theme for this week’s Blog Council report!

MOST LIKELY TO HAVE A JOB:

All of your blog posts included specifics on how your idea would work.  You’re realistic and detail-oriented in terms of how you’re going to help the world.  Your ideas may have been related to a BIG, worldwide issue, or a smaller, less-important one.  Either way, you know what you want to accomplish.  You’re most likely to have a job after graduating college.

Ava Giuliano – A Small Way to Help

Caroline Gilbert – More is Not Always Better

Frank Berman – Would you like to Supertax that?

Gil Erlich – Embrace Bucknell’s Campus – WALK MORE

Jackson Hollowell – Cars to the left, trucks to the right

Lauren Bernard – Kill People with Kindness

Megan Maschal – How a Reduction in Food Waste Can Save the Planet

Michael Layman – The Solution

Vincent Cinotti – Recycle Batteries, Get “Charged” Less

MOST LIKELY TO BE A CONTROVERSIAL NEWS STORY:

Stephanie and Stephen…respect.  You two made your beliefs known and weren’t afraid of how awful your star rating may be on the blog.  You know the change you want to make in the world and aren’t afraid of how society might react.  You may cause a lot of controversy, but that isn’t a bad thing.  You’re causing people to think outside of their comfort zone and raising important points.

Stephanie Wyld – A Queer Query

Stephen Koullias – Building Character…With the Help of the Red, White, and Blue

MOST LIKELY TO BE ON TIME’S MOST INFLUENTIAL LIST:

You two had great ideas AND great plans on how to make them happen.  You’re not only going to have a job, but you may even start your own nonprofit/company.  You’ll be known for all your great work that helps both people and the world they live in.

Megan Maschal  – How a Reduction in Food Waste Can Save the Planet

Vincent Cinotti – Recycle Batteries, Get “Charged” Less

MOST LIKELY TO GO TO GRAD SCHOOL:

You all have great ideas/intentions, but you’re still not quite sure how you want to go about putting them into action.  You may not have a job right after college, but you’re OK with that, because you’re on the right track towards making a difference.  Going to grad school will help you sort out these ideas and better formulate your plan of action.

Alexander Alam – Let’s all just agree to get over ourselves, or “The World Doesn’t Care About You, and That’s a Good Thing”

DJ Rowe- Save Tomorrow’s Leaders

Jennifer Ciotti – It All Starts With You

Jesse Dondero – Bridge the Gap

Kaitlyn Alvino – Confined By Screens No Longer

Kelly Morque – Stop War, Play Sports

Megan Cautilli – Together Everyone Achieves More

Salvatore Vallala – Everyone in America Needs to Watch this Video

 

LET THE VOTING BEGIN…

The star-count/ratings were inconclusive, so now it’s up to you…

Caroline, Kyle, or Vinny?

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