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Common Courtesy

Hi, all!

My name’s Kelsey, and I’ll be posting an entry every Monday. I’ll give you a little background info before launching into my post for this week.

  • I’m a sophomore.
  • I am currently undeclared but looking to double major in Digital Media Design and English.
  • My life is centered around the Black & Magenta, our school paper. I’m Special Sections editor, I take photos and write stories, and starting Oct. 3 I’ll be a copy editor as well.
  • Hobbies include reading, listening to music, writing, and hanging out with friends!

Now you know a little about me, and I’m excited to share the wonders of Muskingum with you!

For my first post, a brief little description of something I saw today. It’s a pretty common thing around campus.

A lady was pulling a cart and struggling to hold the door open while moving the cart through it. (We’ve all had those experiences, right?) A few seconds later, a guy walks up to her and holds the door for her so that she can ease the cart through. She thanks him, and they part ways.

Now I know that seems pretty small, but let me tell ya–t’s the little things, such as the courtesy of the students, that really make Muskingum a great place to be. Everyone holds the door–even if you still have some ground to cover before you get there. It’s this kind of respect and consideration that I really enjoy, and it demands each of us Muskies to be better as individuals.

That’s the thought for the day, can’t wait to update next week–until then, enjoy the posts of my fellow bloggers.



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