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[5 Dec 2009 | Comments Off | ]

Editor, The Tiger:
This just amazes me. Hampden-Sydney College wants to go green, be environmentally friendly, just like all of the other colleges and universities. First was the promotion of recycling at Hamden-Sydney. The green cause is fine as long as we are not forced to recycle. Last time I checked, the college does not force us to recycle. However, the college now wants to go “trayless” in the cafeteria. As far as I know, the college does not force us to use a tray …

Letters To the Editor »

[5 Dec 2009 | Comments Off | ]

Editor, The Tiger:
A few weeks ago, I was reading the Homecoming issue of the Hampden-Sydney Tiger when a letter entitled “Students Must Mobilize for Trays” grabbed my attention. The article portrayed the schools decision to consider getting rid of trays as a sneaky attempt to “disenfranchise” the student body. The writer went on to draw connections between the tray issue and the Watkins Memorial Bell Tower. Here is my response:
First of all, I fail to see any correlation between the Watkins Memorial Bell Tower and trays in the dining hall. …

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[5 Dec 2009 | Comments Off | ]

Student Senate has first and final say on whether the Commons would go trayless
The debate about the consideration of going trayless at the Commons has halted temporarily over the last three weeks. This dormancy of discussion by some members of the campus might have been due to the closing of the semester, as a growing number of students become more preoccupied by school-related work and less concerned about the actions surrounding them. At the same time, there are those who are passionate about the trayless plan and who continue to …