It's not cool to have school spirit, but it's also because there's no way for that to happen. Students turn up, they do their homework, but in terms of integration, in terms of a school community, there isn't one at all.
Yes, I'm scared. Very very scared. I have not been to an Arab city, and I don't know what to expect. All of the stories I've heard are one big jumble. I am interested, and I want to go, but I nearly decided not to.
I don't have an inferiority complex. I just want to see my school improve, and I don't see why it can't.
But the basic flaws are all still there.
The important thing is not just these two guys, but the connection with Libya.
This trial will do one thing: It will serve to remind the world what really happened.
When the moment of truth came, when we entered the city, I was no longer afraid: my curiosity overcame the fear.
I'm happier than I thought I would be. Both [the accused being convicted] would have been better, but the important thing is that the Libyan government has been indicted in this thing.
Basically, this is a one-month business.