The Arizona Desert Lamp

Notehall Followup

Posted in Campus, Politics by Evan Lisull on 22 September 2008

Some good news from Notehall: a followup email from the three guys behind the start-up reiterated that they are not, in any way, shape, or form, seeking funding from ASUA, as I feared in this post. “We are not asking for ASUA to subsidize us in any way and at no place in our resolution do we ever mention receiving any monetary support from them.  For the future reference, we will never ask for any monetary support from ASUA [emphasis added– EML].”

Suffice to say, this is excellent news. The meeting, explained Ellis, was largely to ensure the support of ASUA, to “add to the legitimacy of the student service.” While one may question whether or not this is a good move (last I checked, ASUA wasn’t exactly the most popular institution on campus), it is harmless nevertheless.

Also, as an additional clarification, only one of the founders of Notehall has actually graduated from Eller; the other two founders are still currently enrolled at the UA.


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  1. […] Erevnocracy 2.0. What, you actually thought that rule-by-survey was over? Former Notehall-er and current Academic Affairs Director Sam Ellis presented a new scheme for making it your […]

  2. […] guys behind the company were kind enough to write back, and declared the following: “We are not asking for ASUA to subsidize us in any way and at no […]

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