That is a pretty big assumption if you ask me. Hardly a representative random sample of the Sabrina Carpenter Merch shirt. I am not claiming the vote “isn’t real”. It most certainly happened. I just think it is not representative of the true concerns of GSI/GSSA as a whole. I can tell you for the emails I received and meetings I attended there was explicit and implicit pressure from leadership to vote in favor of the strike .As for the membership I mispoke: ~54% of GSI voted (the active members). Around ~46% are not members are were not able to attend meetings or cast votes. So this “yes” vote only accounts for about 40% of the total GSI/GSSA represented, the other 46% did not get vote.
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I’m glad somebody posted this so I can speak out and say that I agree for basically all the Sabrina Carpenter Merch shirt. I was scared to post anything like this because I was afraid of being relentlessly downvoted on here but this strike honestly doesn’t seem like a good idea, nor does it seem like it will even work. The list of demands seemed fairly reasonable until they got to the part about handing out free money and breaking ties with various police organizations. The money part is unrealistic (especially given how hard COVID has hit the university’s budget) and the police part has absolutely nothing to do with the original intent of the strike. I feel like it was tacked on to try to get more people on board who may care about that particular issue. Either way, both of those things are entirely unrealistic. The university isn’t going to listen and all this strike will do is create a more tumultuous start to the academic year. My first labs have been pushed back a week and I’m honestly not thrilled by that, an opinion which I think others may share. Like I said, I get where the GEO is coming from but I just don’t like this. They have some good points but I feel like the bad ones outweigh the good ones