The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, March 01, 2006, Image 13

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W W W .CARROLL.EDU T h e P r o s p e c t o r 13 p o p \ \ dll \ \ j l by tony jones staff writer As graduation nears, most seniors have a lot to think about in regards to their future. What kind of job am I going to apply for? Where am I going to live? What am I going to do with my life? However, there are two little words that help relieve any stress we have about our uncertain futures: SPRING BREAK! For most of Carroll College this is just another Spring Rreak and most of you will have at least one more in the future. As for the seniors, we have one last chance to escape this life as students for a week, spend a bunch of money that we should be saving for post-graduation life, and one last chance to make an appearance on one of those fun Spring Break DVDs. Instead of just spending a bunch of money on drinks and a trashy hotel, along with eight of the greatest people I have met here at Carroll, I will be heading to Las Vegas to try to make some money on the Blackjack table. I fig­ ure if I come out ahead at all, it will be nothing short of amazing! Well, enough about me. Let's see what some other students at Carroll plan to do on their Spring Break. Jenny Peaslee ______ __ “my great grandma is turning 90, so my family is going to have a party for her. i am also going to spokane for the first weekend.” ______________ Sinan Gular, “well, i’ll be here in helena, prac­ ticing and getting ready for the national tournament, i think the reason is obvious... to win the national championship.” Rachael Simons ____________ “well i’m road-trippin’ to Seattle with bryce [doak]....number one reason is that I have a job interview at Seattle children’s hospital....but we are going to slay there all week because there’s all kinds of fun stuff to do out there!” „ t Kyle Raker kyle is heading down south to las vegas for vip treatment with a bunch of his closest friends VOLUME 89, NO. 5 W ednesday , M arch 1, 2006

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 01 March 2006, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.