Man on Campus: What’s your New Year’s resolution?

Every New Year, 45% of Americans make a “New Year’s Resolution.” Almost 50% of the time, the resolution involves self-improvement or education related development. Other commonly used resolutions include weight watching, saving money and relationship related resolutions. On average, 75% of New Year’s resolutions are maintained only through the first week; 44% last over six months.

Students from each grade level and a faculty member were asked:

What’s your New Year’s resolution?

“To start off the New Year, I want to achieve a 4.0 GPA for the semester, and become a better person overall,” pre-freshmen Ben Schwing said.

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 “For this New Year’s, I plan on getting swole, and grow(ing) another 10 inches,” freshman Ty Priola said.

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IMG_2296“This year, I want to make better grades and maybe even make straight A’s,” sophomore Mason Robicheaux said.

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tyler“I’m going to try to go slower while I’m driving and not speed as much,” junior Tyler Petro said.

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thomas copy“This year, I plan on becoming a better person and making better decisions,” senior Thomas Williamson said.

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moserr“Since I’m with students all day, from now on, when I get home, I’m going to be more patient with my family,” soccer coach Sean Moser said.

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(photos by Greg McNally)

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