So, hypothetically speaking, say a student used the IMA through winter quarter last year. Then say there was some horrible castrophe (pretend that it wasn't pure, unmitigated laziness) that prevented her from returning to said gym. Say she left her gym clothes in a basket, and for some apparently unknown reason, neglected to ever come back to pick them up. Now suppose that, in a fit of overwhelming guilt about her lack of exercise, she decided to return the infamous gym. She has a pretty good feeling that her clothes are long gone, but would said student be charged extra for checking out a whole new basket? Or would the gym-basket-lady simply laugh at her whilst handing out a new basket?
Remember, this is just hypothetically speaking, of course.
~ So, I'm broke, and I'm currently filling out an app. for a campus job-- a front desk job, and I have a couple questions that maybe someone could answer 1. Do you have any extra "tips" of any sort in filling this thing out- like, pay special attention to one thing or another, ect. 2. Should I include an actual resume with the app? 3. Since I'm living at home for the summmer, is it considered acceptable to fill it out and stick it in a big fatty size envelope and mail it off to the person it says to mail it to? and.. 4. What res hall desk should I apply for..? A friend that works at Terry desk suggested Haggett->McCarty->McMahon->Terry, since, hypothetically, Haggett is least busy and McMahon and Terry would be the busiest, because they have a dining hall, etc..
-Thanks for any extra ideas/ input!.. or, any other cool jobs I could apply for? Not to compete directly with anyone else around here.. but.. ehh.
Weirdly enough, I managed to register for this class on a whim even though I haven't taken BIOL 355, which is listed as a prereq. So now I'm seriously considering taking it, and it would be my first 400-level bio class. I'd be going into it straight from BIOL 220. So I'm curious and rather nervous.
Can anyone tell me how they felt about this class? It's being taught by G. Schubiger and Billie Swalla. How are they as teachers? Is it really BIO 220-centric, and should I refresh myself on those notes? Or am I okay just going in without reading the text and just reading as we go along? Was it hard/easy and how many hours did you spend on it? Just any information at all would be appreciated.