Tobacco Survey Meets Tech Delays
Written by Bwog Staff
Hey, remember that proposed smoking ban? The survey for that ban was originally supposed to be e-mailed to a random sampling of students on Nov. 4, but as you probably have realized by now, nobody’s received it yet.
Turns out, it’s a communication thing. CCSC VP for Policy Sarah Weiss tells Bwog the council can’t e-mail the survey until it’s randomly selected names, but the council can’t select names until it receives lists of UNIs from CUIT. But, in a rare triple axel of buck-passing, CUIT can’t send those lists until other CUIT people compile them!
Weiss confirms that once CCSC gets the lists, the survey will go out to students shortly afterward. CUIT—the same group of techno-wizards who brought you that glitch-free ROTC survey and those broken laser printers in your dorm downstairs—just has to wrap up its end of things first.