“We’d help all the people in poverty.”—Paxton Novak, sophomore elementary & special education major and Taylor Heinz, sophomore public relations major.
“I would change people’s minds. I think a lot of the problems the world has could be solved if everyone wouldn’t be jerks. Follow the Golden Rule, you know?”—Tyler Goebel, sophomore BFA musical theatre major.
“People would start thinking of others before themselves. If you treated everyone a little better than you treat yourself, think of how much better the world would be.”—Kevin Taralseth, freshman environmental & outdoor recreation and education major.
“People and their acceptance of others. When people judge other people before getting to know them or decide they don’t like a person because of just one aspect of their personality.”—Maddy Pineda, freshman undecided major.
“I wish there was actually less technology. Everybody would be on a more personal level with each other.”—Anthony Phillips, freshman business major
“I wish we could go into space because there’s not enough room on Earth anymore.”—Pat McIncery, senior marketing major.
“I would change people’s awareness of things going on around them; they’d be more humanitarian and aware of others.” Abby Zelinski, senior psychology major.
“Everybody would be friendlier to each other; we would live in harmony with one another.”—Professor Chang’aa Mweti, Education Department.
“I like the world. I wouldn’t change a thing. We’re pretty content guys.”—Sean Rudin, junior criminology major and Robbie Anfinsen, junior business finance major.
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