If you are familiar with recent events covered by The Tech, I recommend you visit the Stata chalkboards. After my final class before spring break, I had some free time, so I went to check mail and was inspired to write monstrous blocks of text on 2 of the equally monstrous chalkboards. I was glad to see that many passersby were amused; visit the Stata chalkboards, and you can be too. Here is a sample (not verbatim because I don't remember exactly, but pretty close):
You are the dean in charge of students at a university whose students have a unique residence selection system, are highly involved in student activities, and care more about student life than any casual observer would guess.
You are considering a change involving no longer subsidizing dormitories, meaning students will have to pay for services, such as landline phones, that were previously covered by rent, or face higher rents. Do you:
[a] hold a forum, inviting students to express their opinions?
[b] discuss it with student government leaders?
[c] deny rumors that the change is being planned upon inquiry from the student newspaper?
[d] meet in secret with other administrators, conveniently leaving out any student input, for 18 months?
[e] c & d?
The other one is about ops.
I think I know what to write for Voo Doo now.