The Single Most Relevant Album Of ALL Time Released May 21, 1971. What's Going On by Marvin Gaye

The Single Most Relevant Album Of ALL Time Released May 21, 1971. What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye

Mr MilitantNegro™Jueseppi B Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On (Original Detroit Mix) [full album][HQ] Track list: 01. What’s Going On 02. What’s Happening Brother 03. Flyin’ High (In the Friendly Sky) 04. Save the Children 05. God Is Love 06. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) 07. Right On 08. Wholy Holy 09. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)…

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sincerely-enchanted asked:

Ok so I'm thinking about maybe transferring schools. I have only been in my sorority for one semester and I love it but I'm not crazy about the school. What would happen if I did change schools and the new one has Greek life to.

If the new school has your sorority, you can transfer chapters. There’s a transfer process, and a sisterhood vote, but normally it goes very smoothly. There is no reason to drop out of greek life when you switch colleges!

If your transfer college does not have your sorority, then you can’t participate in NPC greek life. You would probably go “early alum” since you can’t be active on campus. The other option is to join a service, religious, or local sorority. You may feel odd joining a second sorority, but it’s a possible solution. 

The ideal situation is to transfer to a university with your organization, so you can enjoy the rest of your collegiate years as an involved sister. You’ve just begun. It’s a shame to toss your membership away. 

Or, consider making academic changes at your current college so you like it better. Fix what’s bothering you and make it work where you are. Transferring is not easy, it doesn’t always improve things and you could find yourself in a worse situation academically and socially. Staying with your loving sisters is more valuable than you think. College success is a mix of education and personal enrichment. Starting all over and making new friends is quite challenging. So this summer take the time to really examine ALL the choices you have for making your student experience better. xoxo ;)

A sister is a forever friend

T minus 1 hour until I go alum from the best thing to happen in my life. Alpha Sigma Kappa has been my home and family for 4 years and I can’t believe my time in the active chapter is coming to end. That doesn’t mean my time as a member is ending but it’s so bittersweet. I love all my sisters, all the ones I have gotten to know and the ones to come.

“Here’s to the girls that dare to be different!” We are different but it makes us awesome.

Throwing back to our amazing Senior Night! Congratulations to our beautiful sisters for going alum! We are going to miss you all ❤️❤️❤️

baernat im going back to paris next summer maybe this christmas actually and antoine promised he would be there and introduce me to more of his friends and take me out but this guy is older than him so im not sure if they know each other at all but either way antoine needs to work on this like maybe go to young alum events if those are a thing at parisian private schools the way they are here but he needs to work on that bc i want him. i will gladly marry him. 

Nebraska Football: Who Replaces Every Former Husker Taken in the 2015 NFL Draft?

Nebraska football fans watching the NFL draft had to wait until the second day to see the first Cornhusker alum go off the board. Ameer Abdullah went in the second round to the Lions, Randy Gregory went (finally) in the second round to the Cowboys and Kenny Bell went in the fifth round to the Buccaneers.

So who will take their place? Which players will step up and replace the NFL-level production provided by Abdullah, Gregory, and Bell last season? With the help of a projected depth chart from Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald, here’s at least some potential replacements.

Terrell Newby for Ameer Abdullah

This is probably a little misleading. Newby looks to be in prime position to get the first crack at the lead I-back role for Nebraska in 2015. But McKewon thinks (and with good reason) that Newby will be at least the nominal starter next season.

That may not mean as much with Nebraska’s stable of backs (and with a new head coach and offensive philosophy). And there’s no doubt that none of Nebraska’s I-backs will be the focus of NU’s offense and a team leader the way Abdullah was last year.

But if there’s anyone that will fill the Ameer-shaped hole for Nebraska next year, Newby looks like the man who will get the first shot at it.

Marcus Newby for Randy Gregory

OK, hear me out. I know Newby is a linebacker and isn’t even guaranteed a starting job next year. But Gregory was always undersized for a defensive end, making up for his lack of size with freakish athletic ability.

What Gregory’s real talent was for the Blackshirts was rushing the passer. In both 2013 and 2014 (according to CFBStats.com), Gregory led Nebraska in sacks. Newby had one sack in eight appearances. More importantly, though, his appearances were mainly limited to passing situations where his role was to rush the passer.

Sure, Gregory was an every-down defensive lineman at the collegiate level, not just a pass-rush specialist. But where Gregory will be most missed by Nebraska is in his ability to pressure opposing quarterbacks. Don’t be surprised to see Newby fill that role next year—if he doesn’t beat David Santos out for the weakside linebacker job altogether.

Jamal Turner for Kenny Bell

Yes, De’Mornay Pierson-El is likely to be Nebraska’s most dangerous weapon at receiver. But Bell provided more than just a deep threat—he also provided leadership and toughness. And while Pierson-El’s talent is undeniable, he hasn’t even played a full year at receiver.

Turner, on the other hand, will be starting his sixth year in the program after receiving a medical hardship. And with the injuries he has fought through, Turner has demonstrated a toughness and tenacity that the rest of the receiving corps can look to and emulate.

Admittedly, Turner doesn’t have Bell’s amazing hair. But Turner, more than anyone else on the roster, can replace Bell’s combination of playmaking speed and senior leadership.

This column first appeared at The Double Extra Point, which you can follow on Twitter at @DblExtraPoint.

from Bleacher Report - Front Page http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2460398-nebraska-football-who-replaces-every-former-husker-taken-in-the-2015-nfl-draft

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