Amidst standard student government “we want to hear what you want” business-as-usual, Bwog found this bit:
Libraries and Technology – Contact: Kenny Durell
We are working with CUIT to set the groundwork for a program employing student programmers for University projects. We are also a part of conversations regarding a switch to Gmail or another outsourced email provider, pending legal and privacy concerns. We hope to find a solution that works for everyone. In the Libraries Committee, we are working to extend hours on the upper floors of Butler and perhaps implement a peer-enforced anti-camping program.
“Peer-enforced” measures against camping? Could this be politico-jargon for “We can’t do anything about this so we’ll put it on you students” perhaps? Bwog isn’t sure, but warns you–stay vigilant!
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