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Garnock Campus quotes by Charles Kennedy
#1. I listened to the students on campus in Plymouth, worried about their steadily deepening debts and how on earth they would ever escape them. #Quote by Charles Kennedy
Garnock Campus quotes by Christina Hoff Sommers
#2. Now you ask a group of young women on the college campus, 'How many of you are feminists?' Very few will raise their hands, because young women don't want to be associated with it anymore because they know it means male-bashing, it means being a victim, and it means being bitter and angry. #Quote by Christina Hoff Sommers
Garnock Campus quotes by Simon Sinek
#3. When I was in college, my school newspaper accepted an ad from a Holocaust revisionist organization. This would have been offensive on most college campuses across the country, but I went to a school with a very large Jewish population, so the ad, as you might expect, stirred absolute outrage. #Quote by Simon Sinek
Garnock Campus quotes by Eknath Easwaran
#4. Good books are rare, and to have a really good library, a few shelves are all we need. When I was still on my campus in India, I was convinced, like many professors, that if the Lord was to be found anywhere, it was in the lower stacks of the library. But now - just as when I go into a big department store, I can say, "How many things I don't need! How many expensive suits I don't want!" - when I enter a big library I say, "What tomes I don't have to read again! What folios I will never open!" This feeling of freedom will come to all of us when we realise, in the depths of our meditation, that all wisdom lies within. #Quote by Eknath Easwaran
Garnock Campus quotes by Minoru Yamasaki
#5. The Wayne Education Building was the first classroom building that we have done on the Wayne campus. #Quote by Minoru Yamasaki
Garnock Campus quotes by Philip Freelon
#6. I don't do casinos or prisons; I like to do projects that enhance the lives of everyday people, like campus buildings, libraries, museums and government buildings. That's why I love working in the public sector. #Quote by Philip Freelon
Garnock Campus quotes by Jarod Kintz
#7. I want to leave a legacy. I'll leave him in the trunk, tied up, at a parking garage on the campus of the university where he graduated. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Garnock Campus quotes by Donna Shalala
#8. You can't have a university without having free speech, even though at times it makes us terribly uncomfortable. If students are not going to hear controversial ideas on college campuses, they're not going to hear them in America. I believe it's part of their education. #Quote by Donna Shalala
Garnock Campus quotes by Benjamin Carson
#9. If I had a little kid in kindergarten somewhere, would feel much more comfortable if I knew on that campus there was a police officer or somebody who was trained with a weapon. I would feel more comfortable. #Quote by Benjamin Carson
Garnock Campus quotes by Jean Webster
#10. Behold me - a Sophomore! I came up last Friday, sorry to leave Lock Willow, but glad to see the campus again. It is a pleasant sensation to come back to something familiar. I am beginning to feel at home in college, and in command of the situation; I am beginning, in fact, to feel at home in the world - as though I really belonged to it and had not just crept in on sufferance. #Quote by Jean Webster
Garnock Campus quotes by Rainbow Rowell
#11. Nick wanted to meet on campus at Love Library. (That was the actual name; thank you for your donation, Mayor Don Lathrop Love.) #Quote by Rainbow Rowell
Garnock Campus quotes by Drew Gilpin Faust
#12. High school students ought to seek out campus communities where they feel not only empowered to engage their talents, but also challenged to leave their comfort zones. The ability to embrace new opportunities emerges, in part, from a willingness to take risks and to fail. #Quote by Drew Gilpin Faust
Garnock Campus quotes by Sam Walton
#13. I learned early on that one of the secrets of campus leadership was the simplest thing of all: speak to people coming down the sidewalk before they speak to you. I would always look ahead and speak to the person coming toward me. If I knew them I would call them by name, but even if I didn't I would still speak to them. #Quote by Sam Walton
Garnock Campus quotes by Amity Gaige
#14. For several years before I began 'The Folded World,' I worked at an urban college campus and had a job in a tutoring center, and people would come into the tutoring center, and for some reason, they just kept telling me their life stories. #Quote by Amity Gaige
Garnock Campus quotes by Ralph Ellison
#15. I wanted peace and quiet, tranquillity, but was too much aboil inside. Somewhere beneath the load of the emotion-freezing ice which my life had conditioned my brain to produce, a spot of black anger glowed and threw off a hot red light of such intensity that had Lord Kelvin known of its existence, he would have had to revise his measurements. A remote explosion had occurred somewhere, perhaps back at Emerson's or that night in Bledsoe's office, and it had caused the ice cap to melt and shift the slightest bit. But that bit, that fraction, was irrevocable. Coming to New York had perhaps been an unconscious attempt to keep the old freezing unit going, but it hadn't worked; hot water had gotten into its coils. Only a drop, perhaps, but that drop was the first wave of the deluge. One moment I believed, I was dedicated, willing to lie on the blazing coals, do anything to attain a position on the campus -- then snap! It was done with, finished, through. Now there was only the problem of forgetting it. If only all the contradictory voices shouting inside my head would calm down and sing a song in unison, whatever it was I wouldn't care as long as they sang without dissonance; yes, and avoided the uncertain extremes of the scale. But there was no relief. I was wild with resentment but too much under "self-control," that frozen virtue, that freezing vice. And the more resentful I became, the more my old urge to make speeches returned. While walking along the streets words would spill #Quote by Ralph Ellison
Garnock Campus quotes by H.R. McMaster
#16. The war in Vietnam was not lost in the field, nor was it lost on the front pages of the New York Times or the college campuses. It was lost in Washington, D.C. #Quote by H.R. McMaster
Garnock Campus quotes by Jerry Kramer
#17. College was especially sweet because of the positive, hopeful atmosphere of a college campus. #Quote by Jerry Kramer
Garnock Campus quotes by Elle Kennedy
#18. This is priceless. Big stud on campus couldn't make a girl come. You've officially given me enough ammo to rag on you for years."
Yup, I sure did. Nobody ever said I was smart. #Quote by Elle Kennedy
Garnock Campus quotes by Kamila Shamsie
#19. And yet. When I read the Dawn on line and then looked around me to the pristine surroundings of campus life, I knew that every other city in the world only showed me its surface, but when I looked at Karachi I saw the blood running through and out of its veins; I knew that I understood the unspoken as much as the articulated among its inhabitants; I knew that there were so many reasons to fail to love it, to cease to love it, to be unable to love it, that it made love a fierce and unfathomable thing; I knew I couldn't think of Karachi and find any easy answers, and I didn't know how to decide if that was reason to go back or reason to stay away. #Quote by Kamila Shamsie
Garnock Campus quotes by Emanuel Derman
#20. I wanted to be Feinberg's student, but I didn't know how to go about it. Since it was premature for formal arrangements and since I was naturally reticent and shy, I simply began to greet him very politely whenever our paths crossed. Graduate school was a small community. In corridors and elevators and on campus, I was soon running into Feinberg several times a day, always giving him a polite hello and a nice smile. He would reciprocate similarly with a sort of nervous curling of the lips. As time passed, this limbo of flirtatious foreplay continued unabated. I could never find the courage to broach the question of being his student; I supposed I must have hoped it would just happen wordlessly. Every time I saw him I smiled; every time I smiled he bared his lips back at me with greater awkwardness. Our facial manipulations bore increasingly less resemblance to anything like a real smile; each of our reciprocated gestures was a caricature, a Greek theatrical mask signaling friendliness. One day, on about the fifth intersection of our paths on that particular day, I could stand it no longer. I saw him heading towards me down one of the long dark, old-fashioned Pupin corridors, and immediately turned towards the nearest stairwell and went up one floor to avoid him. Having succeeded at this once, I was compelled to do it repeatedly. Soon I was moving upstairs or downstairs to another floor as soon as I saw him approaching, like the protagonist in some ghastly version of the video #Quote by Emanuel Derman
Garnock Campus quotes by Mark Steyn
#21. The election of Obama was a profoundly unserious act by an unserious nation, and, if you were Putin, the ChiComs, or the ayatollahs, you would have to be awfully virtuous not to take advantage of it....He's WEIRD in the sense of those students in the behavioral studies: Western Educated Idle Rich Deadbeat. He's not, even in Democrat terms, a political figure--as Bill Clinton or Joe Biden are. Instead, he's a creature of the broader culture: there are millions of people like Barack Obama, the eternal students of an unbounded lethargic transnational campus for whom global compassion and the multicultural pose are merely the modish gloss on a cult of radical grandiose narcissism. Even as he denies American exceptionalism, he gets turned on by his own. #Quote by Mark Steyn
Garnock Campus quotes by Theodore Hesburgh
#22. Anyone who refuses to speak out off campus does not deserve to be listened to on campus. #Quote by Theodore Hesburgh
Garnock Campus quotes by Barack Obama
#23. Let's face it, I like Stanford grads. I'd always hear about this campus, and everybody is riding bikes, and people hopping into fountains. #Quote by Barack Obama
Garnock Campus quotes by Jonah Goldberg
#24. The Nazis played the same games against Jews that today's left plays against 'Eurocentrism,' 'whiteness,' and 'logocentrism.' When you hear a campus radical denounce 'white logic' or 'male logic,' she is standing on the shoulders of a Nazi who denounced 'Jewish logic' and the 'Hebrew disease' ... The white man is the Jew of liberal fascism. #Quote by Jonah Goldberg
Garnock Campus quotes by Nancy Pelosi
#25. I have a few uniforms - depending on whether I'm going to a college campus or meeting a head of state. But clean and easy works best for me. #Quote by Nancy Pelosi
Garnock Campus quotes by Phil Robertson
#26. Not everyone on campus was fond of my hobbies. After football practice one day, one of my coaches informed me that the dean of men wanted to see me. I wasn't sure what I had done wrong, but I knew they had me on something. I walked into the office, and he asked me to close the door.
"We have a problem," he said. "Do you know what street you live on? Do you know the name of it?"
"Vetville?" I asked him.
"Let me refresh your memory," he said. "You live on Scholar Drive."
Apparently, the president of Louisiana Tech had given members of the board of trustees a tour of campus the day before.
"When we went to where you live, it wasn't very scholarly," the dean told me. "There were old boats, motors, duck decoys, and fishnets littering your front yard. He was embarrassed. This is an institution of higher learning."
"That's my equipment," I told him.
"But everybody's yard is mowed-except yours," he replied.
"At least the frost will get it," I said. "It will lay down flat as a pancake when the frost gets it."
"It's July," the dean said. "Cut your grass. #Quote by Phil Robertson
Garnock Campus quotes by Philip Agee
#27. I don't think we have ever had real democracy in this country. Anyone who studies adoption of the constitution will understand quite clearly that; democracy - as we understand that on today; was the last thing the founding fathers had in mind when they wrote the constitution was: to establish strong central authority responding the elitist interests in United States. That's private property. And those men who wrote the constitution were representatives of the elites. They were the lawyers, bankers, merchants, the land owners, slave owners and so forth. And they write the constitution for their own private interest$. That is how government has served ever since. And that is why we have so little democracy in United States. #Quote by Philip Agee
Garnock Campus quotes by Professor X.
#28. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 1975, 31 percent of college teachers were female; by 2009, the number had grown to 49.2 percent.7 There are more women teaching in college than ever, and it is quite possible that their presence, coupled with our discovery of the postmodern narrative, has had a feminizing effect on the collective unconscious of faculty thought. Strong winds of compassion blow across campus quads. Women are more empathetic than men, more giving, simply more bothered by anyone's underdog status. Many of the female adjuncts I have spoken to seem blessed and cursed by feelings of maternity toward the students. Women think about their actions, and the consequences of their actions, in a deeper way than do men. #Quote by Professor X.
Garnock Campus quotes by Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
#29. By making all my materials freely available through 'Giving 2.0' ProjectU, I am on a mission to extend philanthropy education to colleges globally and far beyond campus walls. #Quote by Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
Garnock Campus quotes by Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
#30. I have never let gender get in my way. It has taken me over 30 years to get from a garage to the huge campus that we have today. And it's been a long journey. #Quote by Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Garnock Campus quotes by William P. Leahy
#31. By no means do I anticipate screening those who come on to campus ... And I have no difficulty if a bishop across the country or some local pastor may say that's not Catholic teaching - that's fine. #Quote by William P. Leahy
Garnock Campus quotes by Peter Drucker
#32. Universities won't survive. The future is outside the traditional campus, outside the traditional classroom. Distance learning is coming on fast. #Quote by Peter Drucker
Garnock Campus quotes by Thomas Sowell
#33. Ideological bigotry has become the norm on even our most prestigious campuses, where students can go for years without reading or hearing anything that challenges the left vision. #Quote by Thomas Sowell
Garnock Campus quotes by Elle Kennedy
#34. You invoked a campus-wide hands-off law? Are you kidding me?" I'm not at all remorseful as I meet her eyes. "Of course I did." "Oh my God. You are unbelievable." She shakes her head in disbelief #Quote by Elle Kennedy
Garnock Campus quotes by Sara Farizan
#35. It felt kind of good to scream. I wished it were socially acceptable to scream more often. Not in class or anything, but maybe there could be some roped-off area or campus designated for screaming your cares away. #Quote by Sara Farizan
Garnock Campus quotes by Logan Green
#36. Every transportation department at schools thought that there should be a bike buddy program. They thought that bicycle commuters wanted to find another buddy to bike with to campus, which is a nice idea. But the consumer demand for that was about zero. #Quote by Logan Green
Garnock Campus quotes by Greg Gutfeld
#37. Being a conservative on campus is like bing a goat amongst the taliban. You are never safe. #Quote by Greg Gutfeld
Garnock Campus quotes by Alyxandra Harvey
#38. We'll just have to meet him off campus," I said. "Do your hacker thing and get a hold of him."
Chloe rolled her eyes. "It's called a phone. No hacking required. #Quote by Alyxandra Harvey
Garnock Campus quotes by Anonymous
#39. The lawn of the campus quadrangle was covered now as if with a sea of rust, the dead leaves scuttling and heaving in the wind. He waded, ankle-deep, through their bulk. The leaves sometimes rose around him, as if something living were submerged beneath them, threatening to show its face before settling down again. #Quote by Anonymous
Garnock Campus quotes by Deborah Layton
#40. People do not knowingly join "cults" that will ultimately destroy and kill them. People join self-help groups, churches, political movements, college campus dinner socials, and the like, in an effort to be a part of something larger than themselves. It is mostly the innocent and naive who find themselves entrapped. In their openhearted endeavor to find meaning in their lives, they walk blindly into the promise of ultimate answers and a higher purpose. It is usually only gradually that a group turns into or reveals itself as a cult, becomes malignant, but by then it is often too late. #Quote by Deborah Layton
Garnock Campus quotes by Aaron Karo
#41. Video store arguments really bother me. Let's say it's a slow night on campus so you decide to stay in and rent a movie. You're in the video store and finally pick one out and your friend says, 'Oh, don't get that, it was on TV last week.' I hate when people say that. Who cares? Is it on TV right now? No? Good, then let's rent it. #Quote by Aaron Karo
Garnock Campus quotes by Cara Wall
#42. But as the weeks passed, he began to look forward to the hour spent in the fellowship room, with its blue carpet and bay window view of the walled garden that set the church apart from the rest of the campus. He began to recognize faces and see them as individuals--sunny, serious, smart, fun--understanding that they were distinct individuals, even in their faith in God. #Quote by Cara Wall
Garnock Campus quotes by Inger Iversen
#43. There were plenty of white males on campus with Bess, but they had never paid her any attention, and she had returned the favor. She'd never got a chance to marvel at how beautiful their creamy complexion was or how easy it could be to get lost in a bright green gaze. What the heck? This guy could have very well killed two people, set them on fire, and come to hurt her, and she was standing there in front of him coming to some silly realization that maybe she had missed out on a certain population of guys based on the color of their skin. #Quote by Inger Iversen
Garnock Campus quotes by Harlan Coben
#44. If I had, say, a tall, amateur male lead living on the campus of a rural college (Six Years), the next book might feature a short, cop who lives in the heart of Manhattan (Missing You). #Quote by Harlan Coben
Garnock Campus quotes by Lester Holt
#45. UC Merced is the University of California's newest campus and lies among farm fields in the San Joaquin Valley, 2 1/2 hours east of San Francisco and not far from where I spent most of my childhood. It's a part of California that has suffered deeply from the recession with high unemployment and a skyrocketing home foreclosure rate. #Quote by Lester Holt
Garnock Campus quotes by David Lodge
#46. It was the excitement, the richness of the whole experience, the mixture of pleasure and danger and freedom and the sun. You know, when we came back here, for a long while I still went on living in Euphoria inside my head. Outwardly I returned to my old routine. I got up in the morning, put on a tweed suit, read the Guardian over breakfast, walked into the University, gave the same old tutorials on the same old texts... and all the while I was leading a completely different life inside my head. Inside my head, I had decided not to come back to England, so I was waking up in Plotinus, sitting in the sun in my happi-coat, looking out over the Bay, putting on Levis and a sports shirt, reading the Euphoric Times over breakfast, and wondering what would happen today, would there be a protest, a demonstration, would my class have to fight their way through teargas and picket lines or should we meet off-campus in somebody's apartment, sitting on the floor surrounded by posters and leaflets and paperbacks about encounter groups and avant garde theatre and Viet Nam. #Quote by David Lodge
Garnock Campus quotes by John Grant
#47. I've been coming to Notre Dame since 1957. This place, this campus, is the closest thing there is to perfection. #Quote by John Grant
Garnock Campus quotes by Gary Belsky
#48. As part of an effort to prod college seniors to get tetanus shots, a group of students was given a lecture meant to educate them about the dangers of tetanus and the importance of getting inoculated against it. A large majority of those students reported that they were convinced and planned to get their shots, but in the end only 3 percent got them. Bu another group of students, who were presented with the same lecture, had a 28 percent inoculation rate. The difference? The second group was given a map of the campus and asked to plan their route to the health center and pick a date and time to go. Sometimes, you see, motivation isn't our problem. Rather, we need to identify life's everyday mental obstacles - regret, fatigue, overconfidence, fear, to name just four - and put ourselves into position to hurdle them. #Quote by Gary Belsky
Garnock Campus quotes by Kim Karr
#49. Dahlia, I would have married you at the campus bar that night if you would have asked. You're the only one I have ever really loved; the only one I will ever love. You, beautiful girl, are every breath I take. So of course I'll marry you today. #Quote by Kim Karr

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