The Michigan Review editors claim over 1,000 copies of their latest issue was stolen, and there are tiny cameras all over campus, something I’ll see what I can find more about.

Featured in this week’s issue is an article about the Supreme Court bus flap I mentioned briefly last week. While it’s too late to get into the details now, MSA has no obligation to be “unbiased,” and in fact can do whatever the damn they like with their money, as long as it’s within the legal limits for direct lobbying for a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. [Which they legally are] In addition, allowing (or asking) Royster Harper to come in and dictate what MSA should do is unnecissary and sets a dangerous precedent for the possibility of administration meddling in the future.

Author: Rob