Match the quote to the speaker. To give you a break from problem sets, it should be pretty easy, but answers after the jump anyway. Good luck!
|“[I]t was like a national day of protest. There was a counterculture dimension to it.”||Roberta Balstad, Center for Research on Environmental Decisions
|“…hardly principles on which normal market economics is based.”||Barack Obama, CC ’83
|“They basically set her up.”||Steve Cohen, Executive Director of the Earth Institute
|“It’s one of those events that is of low probability but high consequence. The consequences could be extreme.”||Joseph Stiglitz, Professor and Nobel Prize winner
|“[Colleges need] to put affordability front and center as they chart a path forward.”||Paul Giacomo Jr., Attorney
Answers after the jump!
“[I]t was like a national day of protest. There was a counterculture dimension to it.” – Steve Cohen, Executive Director of the Earth Institute, on Earth Day.
“…hardly principles on which normal market economics is based.” – Joseph Stiglitz, Professor and Nobel Prize winner, on the bailouts.
“They basically set her up.” – Paul Giacomo Jr., attorney for Madonna Constantine, on her suit against TC.
“It’s one of those events that is of low probability but high consequence. The consequences could be extreme.” – Roberta Balstad, Center for Research on Environmental Decisions, on the possibility of solar storms taking out world infrastructure.
“[Colleges need] to put affordability front and center as they chart a path forward.” – Barack Obama, CC ’83 and Generally Important Person, on rapidly rising college tuition.
@listen to your alum Seriously, Barry’s got it right. Cut the administrative waste, streamline shit. This place will never be affordable, but it’s a step in the right direction.
@Uhh... That quote could probably be attributed to any member of Council so it’s not really fair to single this Shirley girl out.
@AJ Pascua We lost, you all hate us, we get it. Stop posting trash about us.
Just because Shirley and I want to be investment bankers doesn’t mean we’re bad people. We wanted to bring actual change to this campus – I don’t get all the BS on this website about resume padding.
I guess you bitter people out there hiding behind the internet will never know. Class of 2010-
good luck next year.
@ALERT Gotta admit, it is pretty nasty to take these shots. You don’t like someone, don’t be a fucking coward and post it on a comment forum.
The internet isn’t a private place; then again, I guess you guys don’t know that.
@hanako is that you hanako maeda?
@ALERT Nope, this is a happy alum of CU that is trying to do what the CU administration never does:
Find amazing stories/things that are CU-related in other publications.
Enjoy the next one from the NY Post!
@ALERT Hey Bwog! We have a CU student and a Barnard student plug!
@sunburnt No swine flu mention, Bwog?
Also, let me join the “grow the hell up” chorus regarding the Shirley troll.
@Oy with the poodle Wow you’re….cool? I really don’t get this.
First, who the hell are you talking about? Second, stop watching Gossip Girl. In real life it’s not being catty, you’re just sad and not twelve I assume. And three, posting the same thing in three different headlines confirms that you are a creature devoid of wit. If you’re gonna be bitchy, be good at it.
@Gilmore Girls? Oy with the poodles already?
@bitter much? I don’t know any of those Council people and I don’t care. But you really don’t deserve to be here if you’re still juicy-campusing the winning Council ticket.