> > ProgSoc members join throughout the year, with and influx a couple
> > of weeks into each semester. It's a fairly established tradition
> > that the previous year's continuing members pretty much elect and
> > form the executive at the AGM. In practice I don't think this is really
> > a problem.
> While I agree it's not new for this problem to arise, I wouldn't
> expect anyone to argue that it's good. Obviously, it's difficult
> to give 1st years a feeling of inclusion in ProgSoc when the elections
> were held without them. It also makes it fairly pointless to be
> talking about "1st year representatives".
> It's probably too late to change it now: however, with better planning,
> this could be avoided next year.
Patronising bastard. I for one think we shouldn't vote for anyone who
complains to the dean about a progsoc member's WWW page.
When in possession of all the facts, obtuse discussions make more sense.
"Manon me dit 'non', mais moi je l'aime" - Manon des Sources