Blog Power

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What rights do the students at Cal State have?  What decisions can they alter?  Do you have a voice?  You have this blog.  This is a place for you to have a voice, whether or not you are on campus or at home.  Write about your issues here and whether you would support OSD student’s efforts to start a student group to discuss and  address campus issues.

If you are for a student group, post a comment.  The more comments, the better support.  If you want to be involved in leading the group.  Post!
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4 Responses to “Blog Power”

  1. 09/11/2009 at 6:57 pm

    I am for a student group, POWER TO THE PEOPLE!! We do need to form a group so that we have a voice and not just be hoping something will change. Changes, like more space to do our computer work and hopefully get moved over to an empty room that was once a pc lab. We all have concerns based on needs, but we’re not heard and the only way to be heard is in a group, a group has more power than an indvidual.

  2. 2 Mark Jetmir
    09/11/2009 at 7:11 pm

    While I am thrilled with the computer lab already set up, there have been repeated instances that when I showed up to this lab, there was no room. It wasn’t always this way, but increasingly I have had to duck using a lab. If forming an OSD student group gets an adequate space to work; count me in. Further, maybe that group would help focus other concerns. My personal concern is the lack of participation, specificly, the measurement of commitment by students via this blog site. That /groups/ voice developed through this site, for me, is a must. That said I hope more students post through this site.

  3. 3 Mark
    13/11/2009 at 9:33 pm

    Maybe it was a point lost, or maybe it is excuses found. But whatever the case, I will clarify.
    1) None that I am aware of claimed that “the blog” is in anyway substitute for meeting face to face.
    2) “Reading” is fine, but participating via posting a more effective participation, to quote this orginial post point “If you are for a student group, post a comment. The more comments, the better support.” It makes a difference, that should not be excused, nor discounted.
    3) That I am aware of, it isn’t a lack ‘problematic use of the computer’ that prevents disability students from participating. More like language insecurity, along with mindsets that dismiss the activity. Want a group? prove it. Post.

  4. 4 Brenda
    16/11/2009 at 11:44 pm

    We need support from all students in order to start a club we will all benefit from having a club

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