This morning I woke up with a strange feeling. As a senior at AU, I’ve mustered up quite a frustration toward the Kay Spiritual Center. For some reason, I decided that today would be the day I march right up to Kay and let the chaplain know how I feel. But to my sincere disappointment, I encountered an obstacle in my way. As you may have noticed on your walk to class, the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) group has built an apartheid wall. This wall, meant to bring awareness of the Israeli apartheid regime hampered my rage-filled quest. As I stood in front of the wall, I looked for a way to climb over. I was unsuccessful. Next, I thought maybe I would just bust straight through it. Again, I was unsuccessful. Disappointed with myself, I turned around and went in to the library to start studying for midterms (probably a better use of my time).