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In his guest column, College junior and Undergraduate Assembly presidential candidate Cornelius Range championed his desire to “give [students] greater discretion in choosing Spring Fling artists.”

While the Social Planning and Events Committee certainly appreciates his interest in our programs, as an autonomous branch of student government, SPEC addresses his concern through our yearly open-ended survey.

Furthermore, any student interested in planning and coordinating SPEC events can join one of SPEC’s nine committees at any time; we have no elections. SPEC’s 200 members have done a fantastic job creating programs this year, and with us the Penn community agrees.

After all, what better indicator do we have but the consistently sold-out attendance at our events?

Adam Thompson Wharton senior and SPEC president

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