SA in dormant state

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February 10, 2009

8:56 PM

I feel like a hack making the same jokes every week, but the Student Assembly simply refuses to progress. I am at a loss for words. The SA had two pieces of old business up for consideration and made motions to send both of them back to committee, effectively killing my prospects for writing an interesting post.

SA President Valerie Hopkins ’09 delivered her state of the SA address to minimal effect. She commended everyone for doing a great job, we all applauded and she lamented that town-gown relations had fallen apart in spite of last semester’s promises that there would be progress on the three-person rule.

For my own sake, I hope that next week the SA can muster up the strength to actually vote on something.

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