Vol 11, Issue 7
Dear Equity Uncle,
I am a 2nd year student with a disability and things are going good. I have good friends, good hair and a full set of teeth. I also have lecture recordings to help me keep up. But I’m afraid of the prospect of losing those recordings for third year! The recently unveiled MLS policy states that elective subjects, which will make up the bulk of my year, are not recorded by default. Please send help.
Alert and Alarmed
Be not afraid, Equity will not suffer a wrong without a remedy or an uneaten Easter egg. Equity loves chocolate almost as much and Equity loves equality. And Equity really loves chocolate.
Equality, unlike chocolate, is better when shared. Share your notes, share your lunch, share your secret to good hair! Share your fears Alarmed, allay your alertness about elective recordings. Delay defeats Equity, so spread the news now- tell your family, tell your friends, tell the Great Dane, tell that good looking barista at Stovetop!
Don’t sleep on your rights, rights are Equity’s bag but naps are Equity’s prerogative. You can wake this sleeping giant with chocolate, a heavy contracts textbook or an imputed obligation.
Until then Equity prepares for hibernation with foil wrapped delights and can be found curled up under the Lord Chancellor's glorious scarlet robes.
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