You Slur, CCSC Listens (sort of)
Written by Bwog Staff
Are your friends finally getting tired of hearing that same completely ridiculous story about last Saturday night? Desperately need someone new to listen to your drunkscapades? Never fear – CCSC is here!As promised at a recent CCSC meeting, an email to the senior class last night included an item called “CCSC Wants Your Stories.”
Unfortunately, only stories related to university policy on alcohol, parties, and noise. Nobody wants to listen to you talk about your awesome night downtown with your awesome NYU friends at their awesome dorm (even if it miraculously did not involve cigarettes).
The reason they don’t is that the “research” comprised of student stories will serve to bolster the council’s appeals to the administration to give a little slack in the War on Fun. So when they say “Has your party been broken up?” they mean “Please tell us dramatic stories of obviously unwarranted actions by public safety,” and when they say “Have you ever been disturbed by a party?” they mean “We expect no one to respond to this question but because we asked it we can assume that no one is bothered, so parties should never be shut down for noise.” Sorry, sleepy-head, but sometimes the individual must sacrifice himself for the greater good. Blurb from the email after the jump.
CCSC Wants Your Story
CCSC is currently investigating the noise, party, and alcohol policies at Columbia. Has your party been broken up? Have you had issues accessing campus late at night? Have you ever been disturbed by a party? Help CCSC research this issue by sharing your thoughts, either through an anonymous e-mail or by attending our weekly meeting. You can email Council’s policy group at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will maintain your privacy. We will discuss this issue on Sunday, March 9th, at 8 p.m. in Satow on the 5th floor of Lerner.