The Student Activities Office planned another program for students last weekend.The event was attended by some people. Some probably had a good time, but it is assumed that some did not have a good time.While it should be applauded that they planned an event for students, there were several things wrong with it.First, the program cost money. This money could have gone toward a better program.Second, even though some students said they had a good time, not all students did. Activities should only be planned that entertain everyone and are free.Third, the program lacked alcohol. The SAO should look at what programming other schools put on for their students. If they don’t offer free alcohol, they should.Before, during and after planning a program, the SAO should actively seek student input via a Web site, because that’s the only way to know what students want.Also, they should advertise the free alcohol on the plasma screen.The bottom line is that all-inclusive, free, entertaining alcoholic events are lacking on this campus. Perhaps the Campus Activities Board could expand their budget and form “Alphabet Month,” adding A, B and C-Days on the Saturdays preceding D-Day.



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UR has been banning community members from campus since November for on-campus protests, but the first bans for current students were issued this weekend.