In just over three hours since posting about the VSA's passing of the resolution to kick Coca Cola products from Vassar, the post has gotten over 100 comments. That makes it our most popular post of all time.
In addition to the mainly anonymous comments on Mads, a group of students has put together a "Motion of No Confidence" document explaining why students feel the VSA Council does not accurately represent the majority of student opinions. This document has supposedly already gotten over close to three hundred signatures, mostly from seniors.
The writers of the document plan to submit it to the VSA, the Senior Officers, Campus Dining, and the Misc.
"The document basically says that the Council disregarded the opinion of the majority of students, and has decided to adopt the agenda of a radical minority of student activists," an anonymous commenter writes.
Mads has yet to see a copy of the document.
Check out our original post here or scroll down.
Update: The VSA Executive Board just sent out a campus-wide email. "While we recognize that this may not be the most popular decision that the Council has made, it highlights that our Constitution allows individual members of our campus to create policy and propose legislative action," the Board writes.