Campus personalities present and past Rebecca C. Brown and Tommaso Sciortino tackle the issues. This week on a very special CalJunket: Rebecca learns not to chew with her mouth open and Tommaso finds out his best friend is addicted to no-doze.
Friday, March 12, 2004
Since the Daily Cal website never works, I went to the effort of typing up the Squelch! party's brief mention in said paper this morning. That's how much I care about my readers. I type for them. In case you have the paper in front of you right now, the article is on the top of page 2.
The Squelch! Party unveiled its slate Wednesday night with a line of party veterans and a pledge to remove ASUC from the "collective uterus" of the student body.
"My uterus is already safe and you know, they don't really need to be there," said Rebecca Brown, a candidate for ASUC Executive Vice President.
Squelch!'s lineup includes Dan Freedman for ASUC president, David Duman for external vice president, Rebecca Brown for executive vice president, Matt Holohan for academic affairs vice president and Kevin Deenihan for student advocate.
The party has planned a campaign strategy that includes massaging voters, and tanning and parading on Sproul Plaza in costumes.
Brown said the ASUC can spend its time better by funding publications and student groups. The candidates will use coat hangers to dislodge the student government from the uterus, Brown added.
Another top issue for Squelch! candidates is removing the professor-student dating ban that was instated last year.
"I do have this one professor who is pretty hot," Duman said.