Chaotic, glorious ball of mess. Honestly - the premise behind SUSU is great. But I'm not a big fan of how it's constantly a clique and you have to be in the right circles with the right connections to know and get stuff done. Imagine having a huge power and student's voice to do something - and then you sit there and twiddle your thumbs. I'd like to see it as a platform to the 'you make change' but that's the big spoon of optimism that can easily be spent.
This question was also asked to Arden ChaplinAnswered by Aimee on 05/03/20 09:32