Today there was a class meeting and nothing really got addressed except class trip stuff and who we want to read our names at graduation.
I'm surprised, really. I expected someone to bring up the seating for graduation since it's such a big issue now. Usually they have the seniors facing the audience but now the administration wants to change that so we're sitting with the audience. Other schools do this so I'm indifferent about it.
It's just funny, though, that my class is always begging for change because tradition is so overrated but then we get a change and they have to bitch about ruining tradition.
I'm probably the more opinionated one in my family, but I still don't care all that much. It's not that bad. Yes, it's been this way for yes. Yes, other schools do it. I can see why we'd want to keep it the same and if we were growing, I'd see why we'd want it changed, but we aren't. There's never been a problem with it.
I'm just sick of everything changing for my class. I'm also sick of everyone bitching about the change. At the beginning of the year, they took away open campus during exams. We all know why they did it - the underclassmen. We don't understand why they took it away for everyone, though, when juniors and seniors can handle it. That is the one thing that royally ticked me off this year.
Everything else that's been changed hasn't been a big deal to me.
People think they're always right. They always need drama. Something to complain about. Something has to be wrong all the time. The world is out to get us! ... It's ironic how that's basically my mindset, but I can accept things. Now if I could have gotten the senior class to leave school grounds during semester exams, I would have rebelled, but I knew it was pretty much impossible.
We talked about talking to them, but "all the paper work was already filled out". Why the hell do you need paper work for that?
And now I'm bitching. See, it's just a human habit. People like to bitch.