The Arizona Desert Lamp

Wouldn’t it be nice?

Posted in Campus by Connor Mendenhall on 9 March 2009

Yeah, probably.As we enter the last days of this year’s ASUA elections, it sure would be nice if a few of these posters were plastered across campus. We’re not suggesting that you download posters from the links below, print them out for free at the Honors College and post them next to the smug mugs of this year’s candidates, but we sure won’t complain if a few pop up across UA.

Best of all, they’re ambidextrous and gender inclusive—what more could you ask for from a guerrilla poster campaign? Check out the links below, and make sure to respect all elections code regulations and handbill posting guidelines!

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  1. Nick Jones said, on 9 March 2009 at 6:58 pm

    Along the same lines, I’ll have no control if everyone “rick-rolls” people with this video now that I’ve placed it on this blog http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nCiaCUaIWs . I hope everyone is responsible enough to make the right moral decision
    -Nick Jones

  2. Emily said, on 10 March 2009 at 1:13 am

    Although I find this incredibly amusing, I want to point out something. Just because a candidates has not signed the fee pledge does not mean that he/she will try to influence or even have the ability to raise fees for students. It also does not mean that candidates support the majority of fees being proposed. The reasons behind not signing the fee pledge could be many things. The messages on these signs is presenting false logic by assuming that by a candidate’s refusal to sign a pledge, he/she will automatically advocate to raise fees.

  3. Connor Mendenhall said, on 10 March 2009 at 3:18 am

    Yeah, we made a mock-up of “Will he raise your fees? Find out but be aware that failure to sign the pledge does not mean the candidate to the right will not attempt to oppose or be able to influence student fees and remember that even signature of the pledge is subject to a number of caveats and potential obstacles such as fees imposed by university administrators or student initiative at azfeeprotectonpledge.com.”

    Didn’t make it out of the focus group.


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