Pissed off about a policy at Fordham? Have a question about the way in which a part of the university functions? Want to learn more about the current issues facing our community? … Just want a free lunch?
Stand up and get in the game! (Preferably, in a mature way that is respectful of the university and its entire community.)
Check out this afternoon’s Student Life Council meeting at 2:30 p.m. in Bepler Commons in Faber Hall (Murphy side). It’s a monthly, campus-wide town hall that is open to any and all students — and “good Sodexo” is provided.
It’s far easier to moan and groan to friends, but take a stand and if you wish to make a change. Have the courage to make your voice heard. Festering frustrations — or worse, misinformation — will only harm our community. Let’s get it all out in the open to hear/question/debate/make change.
Chris Rodgers, dean of students at Rose Hill; Kim Russell, director of residential life; Nevin Kulangara, president of USG, are among the attendees expected at this meeting.
Administrators and student leaders are making themselves available to you in a very open and transparent way. Take this first step toward making a positive impact on campus, our home. Otherwise, keep quiet.
Topics of this today’s meeting:
Lots on the agenda set by the E-Board: medical amnesty, sexual misconduct initiatives and SAGES. Have an agenda item? Email: email@example.com
— RH Student Life (@RHSLFORDHAM) September 24, 2014