Article: "Who Saved The SAB": Changes Made under Dumas' Administration as EC President.

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Title

Article: "Who Saved The SAB": Changes Made under Dumas' Administration as EC President.

Subject

Willard Dumas

Description

History would be derived of truth if every story had but one side. In this Ring-tum Phi article, the leaders on the Student Activities Board (SAB) struggle to come up with a conclusion about how the SAB was “saved.” One opinion article reads, “The SAB did” accusing, Willard Dumas 91, then EC president, of taking autonomous credit for the SAB’s $10,000 fall surplus after a previous mismanagement of money causing a $20,000 deficit to fall on the EC. The next article entitled, “The EC did” claims that the EC under Dumas’ leadership insisted that votes be taken amongst SAB members, minutes be kept, and meetings be held at regular times. Through these changes, though time consuming, the authors of this opinion article found that success was inevitable and had the possibility of continuing if cooperation with the two organizations could exist peacefully. Though we may never know the ultimate truth of the reason behind the SAB’s success, one thing is for certain—Willard Dumas, during his time serving as EC president, made a lasting impact.

Creator

SAB Executive Board Members

Date

1990-02-08

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Format

PDF

Language

en_US

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Original Format

Newspaper Article

Files

WLURG39_RTP_19900208.pdf

Citation

SAB Executive Board Members, “Article: "Who Saved The SAB": Changes Made under Dumas' Administration as EC President.,” Black General, accessed May 19, 2024, https://blackgeneral.omeka.wlu.edu/items/show/28.