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Nap Time!!!

Wednesday, October 18, 2006
I guess I'll just have to go rob someone else

Oren Gabriel is looking for someone else to rob.
He said the bill should be amended to draw from ASUC Auxiliary certificates of deposit, which he said would not be made up of student fee money.
Okay, if it's ASUC Auxiliary money, why does the Senate have any say over it? It's really quite simple: Either the Senate has a say over the money, in which case it's student money, or it doesn't, in which case some idiot is handing over money to Oren Gabriel for no reason.

Ben points out that the part that the Senate has control over is student fee money.

posted by Beetle Aurora Drake 10/18/2006 12:00:00 PM #
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Um, Oren Gabriel was not an ASUC member at the time of his lawsuit. He sued to become an ASUC member. So why should ANY ASUC money be spent to reimburse Oren on money that could be considered campaign funds, especially if the law firm involved donated half of their funds. It doesn'r matter which fund Oren tries to use, he is not entitled to any ASUC money.
Oren Gabriel is just irresponsible. He spends money to get himself elected, but rather than assuming the cost himself, he wishes to pass the buck on to someone else. That's what I'm seeing anyway.

Way to assert that leadership, Oren.
you have no idea what you are talking about
I just wanted to say that I am a leader of a student organization trying to organize a charity event, yet can't get a room from the ASUC auxiliary for basically the rest of the semester because they are now targeting companies to rent the spaces to raise money (for, you know, the 22K they could potentially be losing), making limited space for student groups who want to use any rooms in the Student Union. Yes, there are large rooms outside of the student union on campus, but because they aren't connected to the ASUC student groups have to pay hundreds of dollars to rent the space AND buy insurance.

I would love to sign my name; however, I feel if I publicize this occurrence I will be jeopardizing something our group has been working hard on for a long time, which ultimately will benefit people who need help.

Just thought I'd bring it up. How pathetic.
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