Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Some stuff from the candidates' meeting.
The folks from Student Judicial Affairs came to talk about stuff. Three things stood out:
1) As one of them discouraged candidates from chalking on the boards in classrooms, the other subtly moved a chalkboard to cover up the top board which was advertising Sigma Alpha Nu Poker Night.
2) They suggested that chalking on the outer 50% of the sidewalk was disallowed, as that is university property. Yvette Felarca called tham on it, and they said to contact the person in charge to ask. It may be a policy shift, and I wish it were, but I get the impression that is city property on account of the parking meters being there.
3) They didn't want to answer David Wasserman's question which asked something to the effect of "It's okay to vandalize city property, but not to vandalize university property, right?"
The by-laws were again out-of-date. They were the same as last year's by-laws, which were out-of-date last year. Which means the candidate packet contains by-laws which are two years out-of-date. This was totally avoidable, though, because the copy on the website has been the new, one year out-of-date version since last semester.
The Attorney General said that they would charge minor violations. We'll see if that's true.
Make comments on how preternaturally handsome the SQUELCH! candidates were here.
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