I get the privelege… nay… the torture of attending the RHA meeting this week. Jake’s off in Chicago for an orientation meeting for the missions trip he’s taking to Japan this summer with the Navigators. Jake likes to refer to RHA meetings as time spent “gouging my eyes out.” Not the best sort of fun ever to be had. Add on top of that the fact that I managed to make it to the Union building half an hour early for the meeting, and it multiplies the fun. sigh
Coming up in the next few days are elections for ASUN. If you remember, early I considered running for president of this organization. Now, I’m thankful that I did not. There are much more important things I can send doing with my time rather then meddling in university politics. They may be profitable for a bit of education about how these things work, but essentially very little ever results from the grumblings of campus political organizations.
“Get uninvolved!” Or get involved with things that matter. Or change the things that don’t.
Update: Well… yes. RHA meetings are a waste of time. We managed to debate a lot and throw $1700 at a couple events targeted at merely a small percentage of the university dorm population. And the speaker of the house attacked CPRA‘s representatives for not dispensing information that we didn’t have. i.e. I’m frustrated and glad I don’t have to go every week. To quote Jesse L…
yeah, thats why i spend my time in “involvement activities” that make a “difference”
napping, homework, and chillin