I’m David, the current Director of Archives (it’s like a secretary). Please accept this sentence as formal apologies for spamming your emails for the past year. I’ve definitely enjoyed being the main point of contact with the membership of the society, but even now sending out e-mails to 3612.0 students scares the hell out of me.
I’m hoping to continue on to a new role in our society, one which I feel needs a fresh breath of air. The Vice-President is perhaps the most general of yearly positions, serving as a backup president. However, the VP is also supposed to coordinate the operation of the CSSS, often through volunteers. The VP must be the person that makes sure things get done, not just talked about. If we want pizza Fridays back, we have to man the table. If we want to improve course sizes and schedules, we have to push the department. A VP should make sure these actions are carried out, delegating what they can and handling what cannot be delegated personally. This will allow us to continue to do what we love and to do so much more.
Furthermore, the most important issue our society currently faces is one of size, not scope. We have many awesome initiatives, but dwindling attendance. I want this to be our grand focus this year, whether that is through better advertisement, more in person outreach, or more events. I want this to be the year where Hack-Time soars, Frosh is huge, and spirits are high.
To put it simply, the CSSS does some awesome things, and I want to help it do awesome things for even more people.
Thanks, peace, and have a fun day!