Accident Prone Personality
Farmers and Chambers (1926) stated that “accident proneness is a personal idiosyncrasy of relative permanence predisposing the individual to a higher rate of accidents.” 355 more words
Students often want to write papers about the same old topics. Abortion. Legalizing weed. The death penalty. Gun control.
Read a few dozen of those papers, and you’ll want to stick a knife right in your own damn head. 272 more words
Blaring sirens, flashing lights and confused students, this is what Weber State University got to experience Wednesday, around 9:50 a.m. February 28. Weber State’s fire alarm in the Shepherd Union building went off that morning herding several worried and confused students outside of the building. 296 more words
A software error caused nearly 5,000 sailors to mistakenly receive notices this week informing them that their orders had been cancelled. The database error was first discovered Monday, according to a Navy Personnel Command release. 265 more words