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about what we do. All the poliq'
really does is make Meredith a ‘Four
and a Half Day College’ with every
one leaving on the weekends.”
In closing, our committee will do
our best to keep you informed about
what the Task Force is doing; their
committee is where the change pro
cess will begin. The Task Force will
meet with the board of trustees on
Mar. 13 and go from there. The Task
Force hopes to have subcommittees
already in place by then. As soon as I
know who is on the Task Force, I will
report back to the Herald, so look in
next Wednesday’s paper for the com
mittee member list.
Thanks for your interest and sup
port. Go ahead an get excited about
Meredith’s brighter future. With all of
the facets of the college working to
gether, there will only be positive
changes made to enhance OUR
It's your chance to
make us shine!
Vote Julia Rathbone
for Senior Class
Hi! rm June Holland and rm nmning for
SdA President I am currentlt] serving
you as SGA Vice President/Senate Chair
so if you have issues that need to be dealt
with, I can start working on them now! I
am committed to serving you! Please
send your suggestions, ideas, and
concerns to 206 Poteat or call me at
#22^25! m look forward to hearing foom
for SfiA President
on March 7th!
* a 0oodl idea^
I know how!
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