This was my first SGA meeting (Student Government Association) and it was very interesting. In fact, it was almost like the US government, except that it didn’t have much power or influence over anything. No real leadership, unorganized, and a big soap opera. I was the only one who made it from my class, but next time they will be there if I have to drag them in by their ears. After a meeting where nothing really happened, we got together for a bbq hosted by the faculty. During the bbq, there were a lot of freebies handed out (like the stuff you would get at vender booths at tech conventions), and quizzes where the really neat stuff were given out as prizes. I started off the winning when I beat everyone to answering “why do some people think that white chocolate isn’t really chocolate?” Won a book called “Once Upon a Tart” with recipes from a bakery by that name in New York. They wouldn’t let me play after that, so someone else could win… too bad, because I knew some of the others. There was a question about why Vermont and New Jersey were 2 of the 4 highest veal producing states that no one else could answer – so they finally let me try. Won a nice little mug for that one. And I only knew that because of my grandfather’s cattle buying technique. Now I get to go home and do more studying.