UA student opens up about ‘The Machine,’ discusses its role in campus politicsBy Alex Smith “I wanted to call this special meeting tonight to inform you all that you are now a part of a select, secret group of senators. Take a look around. Get to know each others’ faces. Don’t tell anyone about this meeting.” These were the first words spoken to me in the Kappa Alpha Order basement a week after my election to the SGA senate. As uncomfortable as I felt, I attempted to put on some sort of façade and listen as attentively as I could. I had been told The Machine was great – that it was powerful and could get me places. I had a deep desire to improve this campus and make student lives better, and I truly believed The Machine was the best way to do that. So I ignored the hairs standing straight up on the back of my neck, remained quiet and didn’t ask questions. Read the full article here: http://www.al.com/opinion/index.ssf/2015/10/ua_student_opens_up_about_the.html#incart_m-rpt-2
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