February 19, 2004  
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CAMPUS LIFE

Campus Inquisition

By Lorraine Forster
Gazette Staff

In an effort to investigate who students look up to in this crazy world, Campus Life gathered some student opinions on leadership.

What qualities do you think a leader should have?

Self confidence, charisma, someone who you can relate to on a personal level, yet someone who challenges you intellectually/spiritually/emotionally, depending on the situation.
—Leah Kelly,
ACS II

They should be dominant, motivating, energetic and wield power over people in a way that’s not overwhelming, and you should be able to ask them questions.
—Michelle Walc,
MIT II

Able to motivate the troops, give people responsibility and let them do their own thing.
—JP Cadeau,
MIT II
Strong, independent, able to think on their feet, work well with others.
—Ally MacLeod,
MIT II

Someone outgoing and moderately attractive.
—Jessica O’Connor,
Health Sciences II

Name someone noteworthy who you think is an excellent leader.

Clint Eastwood, because he seems like a decent guy. He’s old so he knows a lot about life.
—Michelle

Michael J. Fox for fighting with Parkinson’s disease, and Sarah Jessica Parker for being such a strong female archetype.
—Ally

Kim Cattrall because she has a lot of sex.
—Sarah McMaster,
History I

 

 

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