Let me start by saying I really enjoyed your latest opinion in the March 9 issue of the Collegian. Honestly, from talking with Anderson and Babos in interviews for Today@ColoradoState, I have seen there only interest is pushing their personal agendas.
While I welcome a sexual assault awareness program, there are honestly many better things a fee increase of $3 could go to. While they provide great statistics on sexual assault cases, I feel it might not be as big an issue at CSU. We have great law enforcement, a very reliable safe-walk system and very well informed student body.
If you ask me, in my unprofessional opinion, it seems they are trying to push a policy just so they can put it on a resume.
As far as his comments to cabinet members, I forget the saying, but it is something like â€œattitude reflects leadership.â€ Perhaps if he didnâ€™t want them speaking out about him, he should have listened before.
I am currently taking JTC 100, and we are talking about holding our elected officials accountable. Thank you Jim for helping hold the Anderson/Babos regime accountable for their actions. I think it is opinions like yours and your staff that will continue to keep this campus informed and make sure we keep people like this out of positions of power.
Rommel McClaney is a sophomore journalism major.