Q&A: What Students Could Change About Lander
By Jarron Gravley
The second week of the Fall semester is now in the books. Students, new and returning, are getting settled into their schedules and classes. This week, students were asked about the things they could change on campus at Lander.
Benjamin Mitchell, senior biology major, pictured above, says, “Parking. More of it; a lot more.”
Alandis Smith, freshman nursing major wishes the dining hall would stay open longer.
Brandon “Branta” Alvarez, sophomore mass communication major, pictured above, says Lander should have a lacrosse team. “Most schools have an NCAA team,” he says. “I think it’d be cool.”
Tyriq Davis, senior marketing major, says he wishes Lander had a twenty-four hour gym.
Paige Fowler, sophomore English and professional writing major, pictured above, wishes for more parking.
Lakisa McDonald, senior mass communication major, says she wishes that the Bearcat Shuttle times extended to library times.
Philip Carter, junior business major, pictured above, wants better maintenance across campus.
Kristen McNabb, freshman nursing major, says that the cafeteria food is not her “favorite thing.”
Jay Smith, freshman nursing major, wishes for more classes.
Jesse Wheeler, sophomore exercise science major, pictured above, says that freshmen should not be able to take 200-level courses.