The activists responsible for the protest at last week’s Regents’ meeting are planning a major organizing meeting for the loose coalition of people and organizations united in their dissatisfaction with changes made within the administration’s division of Student Affairs:

The Regents meeting was a success! Now, come and determine the future of Student Services at your University!

Monday, March 22nd
G115 Angell Hall
9 pm

Bring your energy, your time, and your friends.
As students, we deserve a voice. Come claim it.

For details, see below.
This collective encompasses students involved with sexual assault awareness and counseling; the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied community; Greek organizations; an annual Native American celebration; and concerned about campus hate crimes, a deteriorating multicultural center, drops in students of color admissions, and a lack of certain
ethnic-specific coordinators at the campus’s only student-serving multi-ethnic office.

The Office of Student Affairs clearly does not have the students’ best interests in mind. Below are eight major issues on “The Student Agenda”.

> Read my take on the budget “crisis”
> What is the “Student Agenda”?

Author: Rob