One night...students built a snowman at 12:30 a.m. After they completed it, they jumped in a car, ran up a curb into the median and ran over the snowman, she said.Before we continue, Daily RFT does not condone such acts, nor are we in any way deeply amused by them or do we feel any nostalgia whatsoever for our younger days. But here's the kicker. Ghasedi says that things have quieted down, but turnover is going to erase the gains:
"After we get one group of students trained, there are new students the next year," she said.Perhaps there's a lesson for the kids here: if you act like wild beasts, people will start referring to you as such. But whatever you take away from this blog post, at least try not to end up like this guy.
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