To the Editor: Much confusion has arisen recently around the decision to remove approximately $7000 or 19 percent of the Interfraternal Congress (IFC) and Panhellenic Council's Student Activity Fee (SAF) funding due to its possession of a rollover. As I have recently completed my term of duty as member-at-large for IFC, for which I attended every IFC and PHC executive and general body meeting as well as several meetings, I possess an intimate knowledge of how this semester's events came about and have since transpired.
I think as humans we have the right to live life on our own terms, as long as it does not hurt anyone else. Individuals should have control over their bodies and their lives, and people do not have the right to dictate the terms of others' lives. If living is no longer desired, why does it matter if you die? The major cases addressing euthanasia and physician assisted-suicide involve terminally ill patients at the end of their lives.
Now that my vitamin D deficiency is slowly coming back to base levels, and I'm feeling less miserable than normal, there's only one thing to do: party! Screw final exams. We are nearing the end of our undergraduate experience, and what better way to celebrate than with a week's worth of debauchery? Perhaps I was just living under a rock for the past three years, but it wasn't until the beginning of my final year that I came to realize that senior week is an excuse to drink excessively, and I have nothing but praise for this effort.
1. DC++ shut down permanently The popular intraweb file-sharing network - known commonly as "the hub" - was shut down after Case ITS informed hub administrators that the protocol used to run DC++ would be permanently banned from the Case network. Hub administrators graciously shut down the network before the protocol was forcibly banned by ITS, thanking students for their support of the hub since 2002.