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    “On the Spot: Aaron Elyachar, ASUA safety programming director”

    What do you do to be safe on campus?

    One thing I do to be safe is just follow the rules.

    Have you broken any rules?

    Yeah, I have. I kind of am a bad boy at heart. The biggest thing I broke a rule for was that I put a license plate sticker on a sign that said “”Do not put a sticker here.”” You couldn’t take it off and my mom was like, “”You broke the law Aaron, you broke the law! You are going to have to pay money.””

    How do you feel about girls on motorcycles?

    It’s a little intimidating, but if it’s a motor bike chick with all the tattoos, no. But if it’s a good looking chick, like in one of those Go Daddy commercials, they ride up in a motorcycle and just swag their hair all around …

    Most exciting thing you have planned after finals?

    Travelling around, finding some jobs and recording my music. I’m actually a singer/songwriter.

    So one day you’ll probably have 1,000 screaming girls in front of you?

    Absolutely. I want to have a bunch of girls. I just wrote a song called “”Home to Mother.”” I wrote it for my mother and it would be sung today but I think I’m going to play it for her in person when I come home. It’s a song about how she’s always been an inspiration to me.

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