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ASB officers working to encourage student voting

lation equates to far greater than the regional 30 percent, according to Kuanda.
     More than 15,000 students attend VVC, an aggregate number that lends much potential to a vote. One might ask, "What good is my one vote?" The answer from history is this: In 1941, one vote saved Selective Service just weeks before Pearl Harbor was attacked. In 1923, one vote gave Adolph Hitler leadership of the Nazi party. In 1876, one vote gave Rutherford B. Hayes the presidency of the United States. In 1845, one vote brought Texas into the Union. In 1776, one vote gave America the English language instead of German. In 1649, one vote caused Charles I of England to be executed.
      The potential for student voting is great, but the outlook so far is bleak. That's why student government is doing all it can. Kuanda reports that many students come to the ASB office with tales of complaint, but few

Counselors' Corner

days and Thursdays.  Topics include study skills, note taking, text-book use and time management. Stop by the front desk for a complete schedule.
Are you aware that VVC has classes starting in October?   A list of these courses is on page 122 of the fall schedule. Though many of them are already full, you still have the opportunity to try and ADD by attending the first class meeting. 
     If the instructor signs your ADD CARD, return it to the Admissions Office, and you will then be officially enrolled in that course.