Rice University’s Anarchist Society, after a tumultuous few years without centralized club government, will be holding club elections this Friday. The organization, started in 2004, looks to remedy the “rough times” the club has faced without some central authority to provide direction.
“We really need some authority,” says club member David Sun, ‘15. “I just feel lost without some coercive system to enforce the rules and keep order. I just need some rule of law or something.”
“Please submit your application as soon as possible,” continues Celeste Robinson, ‘16. “We don’t believe in evaluating between applicants and applying hierarchical power structures on others, so you have a really good chance of getting the position you want.”
The club is also excited to experiment with a “neoliberal market system” to help determine where the first club meeting will be. Sun remarks that, “We have heard really good things about the efficiency and fairness of the market and look forward to all the joys of the capital system!!”
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org