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Updated on Sunday, May 25

#18150

OMG: What the hell was up with the group of students that obnoxiously barged into the 2nd floor SLC silent study space to set up a meeting about Feds? They were discussing pushing Feds to give them more rooms for books or something like that. It seemed like they were part of some society or club. They were acting really entitled as if they owned the room (they don't, right?!)

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  1. There was a group of students that used the last Feds General Meeting in March to pass a motion to make a library for clubs and take that silent study space away from students, so I'd imagine it was them who did it.
    The room technically is a clubs library now, and for the interest of saving you time from having to figure out who is doing all this, it is WPIRG who likes to think that they can control Feds.

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    1. Small technicality: the motion that passed said that room or similar space. Since nothing's yet been said by Feds about whether that is the room that will be the clubs library, right now all you can say is that it is study space.

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  2. Who wants to bet that OP and Anon1 are the same person?

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    1. They're probably both Alexander Wray too

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    2. Hey no personal names and what not.

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    3. hes a student senator, i think it is fair

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  3. 2a. - that guy honestly didn't know shit, he just showed up to the meeting not having any prior experience in FEDS and tried to defend his ridiculous stance that he knew nothing about.
    the board of directors of FEDS though are a bunch of dickheads, they knew fully what was going on and tried to just defend their own interests instead of what students really want

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    1. what interests, you sound like a fucking lunatic conspiracy theorist

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    2. The mandate of the Board of Directors is to protect the interest of the corporation, not its members. Unfortunately, that means that board members do things that even they might not agree with.

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    3. 3 the Directors are required by law to protect the corporations interests, above and beyond their own interests, OR ANY CONSTITUENT INTERESTS. 3b has it right.

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  4. If you can remember any more details about the incident, please let FEDS know as soon as possible. If it was associated with a club/WPIRG (as could be suspected), FEDS needs to know about it so they can deal with it accordingly.

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    1. This sounds like one of the Exec. I'm guessing Maaz.

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    2. this sounds too much like maaz, reeks of a slimy politician

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