Mar 31 2006

New PACE Board

I picked my for next years PACE Board today. I am really excited about it because I feel that it is a very strong board and together we will give the students of Plymouth State University the entertainment they deserve. It was a very tough making the decision as who would get the positions that they wanted, but it wasn’t personal. I really hope that the people who did not make it on the board understand that I had to do what was best for the organization and to uphold the mission statement to the best of our ability.

Our Mission: As the Programming Board of the Plymouth State University Student Body, it is our intent to remain responsive to student attitudes, interests, and needs; to provide programs which compliment, reflect, and respond to those interests and needs; and to contribute to the overall development of the members of the Campus Community.

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  1. Antibush

    Bush and the Republicans were not protecting us on 9-11, and we aren’t a lot safer now. We may be more afraid due to george bush, but are we safer? Being fearful does not necessarily make one safer. Fear can cause people to hide and cower. What do you think? How does that work in a democracy again? How does being more threatening make us more likeable?Isn’t the country with
    the most weapons the biggest threat to the rest of the world? When one country is the biggest threat to the rest of the world, isn’t that likely to be the most hated country?
    Are we safer today than we were before?
    We have lost friends and influenced no one. No wonder most of the world thinks we suck. Thanks to what george bush has done to our country during the past three years, we do!

  2. nemoforone

    What about the possibility of pulling out of Iraq, letting Iran invade and lose resources fighting their own kind,
    and then come in and mop up the dregs?

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