Student View: New Year


Devesh Kumar

With the transition from 2014 to 2015, people tend to set goals for them known as New Year’s resolutions. These goals are meant for people to improve themselves. Top 10 New Year’s resolutions are losing weight, getting organized, spending less and saving more, enjoying life to the fullest, staying fit and healthy, learning something exciting, quitting smoking, helping others in their dreams, falling in love, and spending more time with family, respectively. According to University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology in Jan.1, 2014, only eight percent of the people have success in achieving their New Year’s resolution. As a result…
[heading size=”15″ margin=”10″]BearingNews asked students: What is your New Year’s resolution?[/heading]

“…to be more social and more nice.”— Sophomore Olivia Johnson
“…to expand my thinking and be happy.”— Freshman Lydia Lawrence
“…to do better in school.”— Junior Louis Youmans
“…to be more friendly to people.”— Sophomore Kylie Renwick
“I don’t really have one because I don’t think you should limit yourself to just one day of the year to setting new goals for yourself. I think you should always consistently set new goals for yourself to improve on throughout the year. That’s how we advance as individuals, that’s how we advance as species.”— Junior Michael Pennella
Written and Photos by Devesh Kumar