The weekend of the Polar Bear Jump-Off in Seward is typically one of the coldest weekends of the winter, but not this year! With a high of 34 degrees and a nice break in the showery forecast, jumpers and spectators alike enjoyed a relatively sort-of-warm Polar Bear Jump this year. As always, there were fun costumes with minions, ninjas, and even Darth Vader stripping down for cancer! With warm hot cocoa in hand and the humorous antics from the narrating MC, I would have to say this year’s jump-off was, once again, a complete success.
Due to the majority of students returning for their second semester, the first day of classes was met with a universal sense of contempt. Looking around the cafeteria, solemn faces and heads hung in a sleepless demeanor ran rampant. When the time finally came to head to class, most walked unwillingly and seemed to talk about anything but the day ahead. However, for the new students, a day of orientation and meeting new people was in store. Being one of the new students, I was extremely excited to abandon my breakfast tray and board the small, 15-person shuttle to the "First Lake Campus," where my class would take place.
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Planning Meeting Saturday December 20th at 10:00 a.m. at Tony’s Bar
What would be your solution the medical transport problem?