I am writing this letter in regards to the ASF Minutes, as reported in the April 7 edition of the Campus Times. My own resignation was submitted in writing to all members of the forum long before my following absences would have merited my dismissal. While this discrepancy may not have been Mr. Nixon’s fault directly, the fact that the subtitle was slightly off center went unsubstantiated by the facts provided. The point is, it was not simply the ASF Minutes that were reported, but the minutes with a tint, one word of sensationalism, but enough to render the information inaccurate.
And a word to whoever it was that suggested I was “ousted” by the Forum: a careful reading of my resignation would probably have revealed to you that I was acting, as I had for seven months previous, in the best interest of the student body, a fact Mr. Nixon was deprived of. Mr. Nixon was probably spared the details of the questionable leadership abilities of a certain ASF executive, but then it was probably that same executive who was responsible for communicating with the Campus Times, to explain why some volunteers just weren’t volunteering anymore. I know it is a trivial matter, but it is the small inaccuracies that people just accept as truth; I, for one, care little for that practice.