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Monday, July 12, 2010

More Revised Links to Petition, Facebook Group, Plus ASC Meeting

This was just distributed by a GEPL student:

Greetings all,
Sorry for this additional email, but I just learned that a few revisions are necessary to links that I posted in my previous email.
The new Facebook group for the "College of Arts and Sciences Student Council" can be accessed at this link:
Likewise, because the previous A&S petition website had a few "technical" errors, a new petition website has also been posted: 
Also, for those that are interested, this Friday, July 16th, the UT Arts and Science Council will meet from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm in SU 2592 to discuss a response to the Strategic Planning Committee proposal. All are welcome to attend, and following this meeting, another meeting will be held for those interested in creating an Arts and Sciences Student Council. I highly recommend that you attend these meetings if you have a chance!   

Jeffrey Kodysh
The University of Toledo
Geography and Planning '10


Anonymous said...

Hmm, a passionate Geography student with identical views as passionate Geography professor. I wonder if they've ever met? Indoctrination much?

Anonymous said...

To Anonymous 6:20:

You sound stupid enough possibly to be a trustee. In all the exchanges I have had with trustees so far, they seem to spout these strange stereotypes.

Scarborough says you all read the same magazines. Is that the source? Like those magazines they used to have for little kids in the dentist office?

If you ever meet Jeff I suggest you try to indoctrinate him, See how that works out.

Anonymous said...

I thought we were trying to win over the trustees. Is that over now?

Anonymous said...

The anonymous post at 6:20 demonstrates more contempt for University of Toledo students than anything ever posted by pro-university commenters on this blog.

Anonymous said...

You faculty aren't pro university? It's good you're admitting it.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 5:21 -- Sorry I confused you. The maintainers of this blog and their allies are the pro-university side.

Wade said...

Story about Jeff Kodysh's summer internship: