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Calling it a "small but important change" the email said the change will be phased in over the next three years in a bid to make it "cost neutral with minimal disruption".Adding that this move "is a concrete expression of the university's commitment to gender equality" the email said that "the commitment of everyone will be crucial to ensuring its implementation".
What would I tell myself if I could go back to the Fall of 1989? You have the ability to exceed everyone's expectations of you, including how you see yourself.But you will also make friends that become a second family; you will discover who you really are and what is important to you.You will go to football games and sorority parties and make memories that still make you smile almost 25 years later.In an email to all staff and students announcing the news today Vice-Provost Chris Morash and Students' Union President Kevin Keane say a proposal from the Equality Committee that "the title given to first and second year undergraduates students be changed from 'Freshman' to the gender-neutral term 'Fresh'" had been approved.Currently, first and second year students are called junior and senior freshman.You are standing at an open door, with the whole world at your feet, about to embark on one of the greatest adventures of your life. In the words of Norman Vincent Peale, "Shoot for the moon, because even if you miss, you'll land among the stars." It's our failures that teach us the most in life and, as much as character-building experiences can be the worst, they are also a gift in the long run.
Years ago, I heard someone declare, "It's Saturday night, I've got a new pair of shoes . Hitting rock bottom can become the solid foundation for you to build something that really matters.
I've now been a college graduate for over half of my life, if I'm doing the math correctly, and there is always an excellent chance that I'm not.
And while I am most amazed at the reality that I am old enough to be your mother, I'm also astounded that those five years — I took a senior year victory lap; I highly recommend this — that happened so long ago have had such a profound, lasting effect on my life even all this time later.
This is your time and you can do anything you set your mind to do.
And, most of all, have a ball and let your light shine bright.
Bob King / [email protected] Duluth's Kale Boomer (right) recovers a fumble by Minot State during the second quarter Saturday at Malosky Stadium. Bob King / [email protected] Duluth's Dominic Bonner is tackled in the end zone by Minot State's Justin Gonzales after catching a touchdown pass in the first quarter of a 37-0 win Saturday at Malosky Stadium.