I know you’re counting down the days. I know you’ve memorized the deadlines for your final exams and projects and 20-page papers.
When I was 7, I expected to get my graduation cap and gown around the same time I’d get a ring on my finger. I’m not sure where this timeline came from, but as I grew older, I began to realize how silly it was. If I ever get married, it’ll happen when I meet a person I’d be comfortable spending the rest of my life with. Most of my peers agree with me.
The computer networks for several major Michigan universities experienced problems around midnight Wednesday after Merit Network, the Internet Service Provider, reported difficulties.
For Misty Holley, things add up. Three kids with conditions including Down syndrome, cognitive impairment, tumors, epilepsy and a dozen MSU specialists to attend to their needs. One parent with hundreds of miles to drive, spending dozens of hours with doctors on a weekly basis.
Misty Holley’s husband gave her a choice: She could keep her unborn child with Down syndrome, or she could keep him. Eleven years ago Holley’s daughter, Dakota Brookens-Hillebrand, was born with blond hair, blue eyes and Down syndrome.
- Student v. cafeteria
- Typewriting adventures prove frustrating
- Saturday night
- Blogger crosses the Red Cedar in the aftermath of the blizzard
- Trip to Abrams Planetarium gives 3-D feel...without the obnoxious glasses
- 1. See an MSU football game and stay until the end.
- Reporter resolves to make list of must-do, pre-graduation accomplishments
- Supporters defend Dillon at results party
- After hectic first grocery shopping experience, late-night runs prove best
- Not your typical spring break
- Living in the moment
- Library all-nighter advice
- Snow skating
- Lesson learned
- Catching on to CATA
- Home Sweet Home
- Don't let the status fool you
- Dorm life can make good skin go bad
- First load of laundry brings on anxiety
- Seeing the blue light of the bird