Welcome to this years take of View From The Quad. I’m Cian, your host, and I’ll be hosting the radio show and this year. We are using the blog this year even more so than previously. I’m super excited to introduce you to the show and we’ll also be going over what we’ll be covering this entire year. We’re competing with WERW here so it better be good!
I’m first going to introduce you to the team.
Of course you know me by now, but for those who don’t, my name is Cian. I am a super energetic, super attractive, super awesome football player with a super fit body and super attractive girlfriend. Basically, I’m super man.
Just kidding. I spend most of my time playing PS4 and eating flaming hot Cheetos. A lot of people say they’re too hot, but I say you’re too weak. The hotter the better. I guess it is my Mexican flare that makes me so strong. I also have a massive passion for music and that is sort of why I’m here.
Joining me on most days will be Clarabell. Clarabell is studying a masters degree and is close to finishing. Unfortunately, she will be leaving us after this year where she’ll transfer to Havard to complete her studies on women’s liberation. Clarabell has been super helpful over the years (not just by delivering me my morning coffee and donut) but as a friend too. I’ll be sad to see her go.
And of course, we’ve got Harvey. Harvey’s like a pimple that never goes away. He explodes every now and then but it doesn’t seem to calm his fire. However, Harvey is Harvey and we love him. It simply wouldn’t be the same without him.
One of the new things we’ll be doing this year is interviewing students from different parts of the university. We want a really good representation of the demographic of the campus and we feel that this is going to be the best way to do it. I’m not entirely sure why we haven’t yet done it (yes, looking at you, Bob!). Sorry, we finally got this approved by the big boss himself, Bob Rogers!!
We want to kick this year off with an amazing offer. You can come down the quad with us and meet any time from Monday to Saturday 7am – 3pm (yes it is actually a full time job for some, god know’s where I find the time to study) and discuss anything.
Also, don’t forget next Friday there will be hotdogs and soda free from 12pm to 2pm on the left wing and milk and cookies (and maybe some beer) from 7pm to 9pm on the right wing. You better be there, otherwise we will personally come to your dorm and drag you kicking and screaming!
Make sure you continue to listen to the station for regular updates on what is happening around campus. Plus, if there’s any emergencies this is the first place to go to. We’ll keep you updated with regular. Our station will be played over the megaphone in case of emergency with information on how to evacuate the campus.
Now that all the formalities are over, I want to say one final congratulations for making it this far and for putting up with my weirdness. Welcome to college everyone, a place where you meet some weird and wonderful people that may be in your life forever.
Hope to see you all soon!