Volume 91, Issue 93
Wednesday, March 25, 1998
Deans soon without a cause
By Brendan Howe
The second USC awareness week was also a success with almost 2,000 students visiting the booth set up in the University Community Centre atrium during the course of the week, he said.
Also mentioned were the advent of RealAudio for CHRW, having the Westernizer out to students during orientation week as well as distributing opportunity guides for the USC. He said these guides could be more aggressively distributed to students next year as it was passively done this year.
Looking back at the accomplishments of the current board of directors, one thing he was very happy with was the restructuring of VP portfolios for next year. He said he liked being involved in the whole process and believes the USC will increase its interaction with first-year students next year.
One thing Deans found frustrating was that he is performing his job a lot smoother and easier just in time for the year to end. "Things that would have taken two weeks to do in the first part of your term take two hours now," he said.
As for future plans, Deans said he plans to take a couple days off once out of office and then will figure out what he's going to do. Graduate school is out of the question but pursuing a career in politics is a likely scenario, he said.
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