The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: A Recap of 2006-07 in Props & Flops

    Props to:

    Props to the A.S. Council for bringing back free beer in the form of popular and periodic Bear Gardens.

    Props to students for participating in the undergraduate athletics fee referendum in record numbers.

    Props to the A.S. Programming Office for booking crowd-pleasing Sun God acts that attracted a record-number 17,000 concertgoers.

    Props to the Rady School of Management for agreeing to oversee the beloved Grove Caffe, saving it from potential closure.

    Props to former A.S. President Harry Khanna for spearheading an initiative to revamp the council’s muddled and wordy constitution.

    Props to campus administrators for initiating the Pocket Professor program during winter quarter, which allows students to download free lecture recordings onto their iPods.

    Flops to:

    Flops to San Diego City Councilman Jim Madaffer for leading a paternalistic crusade against “”mini-dorms.””

    Flops to Global Association of Culture and Peace leader and accused rapist Joshua Jung for holding a recruitment event on campus.

    Flops to the Office of Students with Disabilities for drastically reducing the number of services available to temporarily disabled students.

    Flops to the University of California’s toothless employee ethics briefing.

    Flops to the Thurgood Marshall College administration for dismissing two Dimensions of Culture teaching assistants critical of the program’s content.

    Flops to former Community Service Officer Program Coordinator Peter Kim for repeatedly misusing university resources and keeping CSOs from focusing on their duties.

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