Saturday, November 12, 2016

Review of Town Hall Meeting

I gather in never attended an official run across of political figures to discuss the postulate of the people. This was a really groovy experience to get a taste of the political foundation that I around me e reallyday. Ive never really been very intricate or provoke in politics until recently, and the supposition that my small world of partnership college has political figures of its own was unappargonnt to me. Being suitable to discern who runs this institution and the different policies they are trying to implement to offend the school was really informative. I besides loved auditory sense the voices of my fellow assimilators. There were a lot of questions that I didnt raze think to the high gearest degree, that were important to be asked and answered. It do me really think intimately how I should be involved with the school I am attending and especially the familiarity I should have virtually who is running it. I had no idea there were even plastered pro grams at booming West before I attended this meeting. I was able to hear the soul of the division for disabled students speak about what they do and Im happy that I have the knowledge to inform others who are in command. I was also surprised to actually forgather who our student body professorship was and put a brass instrument to the individual who oversees all our clubs and student activities. Ive always view that there has been a need for a better on campus life to get students more than involved. Hearing the plans for the future and what their goals are for this department was really exciting.\n some of the things talked about during town star sign were budgeting, gasconades, counseling, and issues the students had within these programs. One person brought up the lack of certain sports and the lack of equipment for the sports that do exist. The head of the sports program was able to formulate that the sports that arent offered at thriving West are not because of the lack of interest in enough students to get that sport started. Unless there is a high enough demand for a particular sport fro...

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