Volume 95, Issue 60

Friday, January 18, 2002
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Council has had its "difficulties"

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Council has had its "difficulties"

To the Editor:

Although it is no secret that the Social Science Students' Council has had its fair share of difficulties this year, it is not "falling into complete disarray."

We are continuing to work together on a number of different initiatives for the last three months of school to benefit the students of social science.

Our VP-academic has been working with all of council to prepare for Intent to Register and What's Your Major.

Council, in its entirety, is preparing for the upcoming elections and will work together to make the transition between the two councils as smooth as possible.

Although there have been disagreements on council, we are still co-operating and working for the benefit of the students of social science – that's what we are here to do.

That goal remains unchanged and I am confident that no matter what is reported in The Gazette, we will strive to do what is in the best interest for the students of social science.

Cierra Watson

SSSC VP-student affairs

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