Those guys and gals do their best work around Finals time. This semester, they’re giving students free gym memberships and offering $5 professional massages! The full email is below:
We know, it’s a crazy time of year. 1Ls are flooding the library out of instinct, 2Ls are starting to realize they don’t stand a chance in the electives they have with 1Ls, and 3Ls are weeping onto their 15 lb box of BarBri books.
Here at the LSA, though, we know what will make it all better…. massages! Now don’t get too excited at the thought of your favorite LSA member working out that knot in your neck. We have hired professionals. We are bringing in a certified massage therapist to give 10 minute chair massages to students. Massages will cost only $5 and will take place from 11-2 this Wednesday and Thursday!
The chairs of the various LSA committees were released this week. These individuals were appointed by the various officers in the LSA to fulfill certain special roles. Feel free to contact LSA president Nate Burris with more questions regarding the appointment process and the roles that the various committees serve. The entire list of committees and their chairs appears after the jump.Read more
The following was submitted by Frank Zonars, a candidate for LSA Secretary.
It’s almost decision time, and the tone of the election is becoming more serious. Here is a short post directed at those students who value substance over hilarity:
Under the LSA Bylaws, the Secretary circulates new amendments to the bylaws (Bylaw 103(c)-(d)), prepares documents for meetings (Bylaw 204(b)(3)-(4)), and publishes legislation for the student body to view (Bylaw 204(b)(6)). Important…but bo-ring.
I think the Secretary should be more than just a record-keeper; He should act as a liaison between the student body and the LSA leadership.Read more
BC Law faces some big choices this week.
Starting tomorrow, we’ll elect our new LSA officers. While I’m well aware that many would disagree that this is a “big choice,” few people realize that they are in fact invested in the LSA, and indeed, in this election.
If you’re reading this and you’re a student at BC Law, you gave the LSA about $84 this year (of the $110 Law Student Association fee paid by every student, 76% goes directly to the LSA). By the time you’ve graduated, you’ll have given over $250 to the LSA – perhaps more, when one also considers additional funding given to the LSA by the Law School.
This is your hard earned cash, so before you vote, ask yourself: who do you want spending your money?Read more