You're a college student. You're bogged down by the day-to-day details of nitty gritty reality. You hate getting up in the morning and going to seven o'clock bio lab. You hate going to the caf for food that is (most everyone agrees) sub par. You hate the fact that you have to scour your email list every day to see if your professor sent you an update on the assignment that is due later that day. What else do you hate? Junk email that really doesn't pertain to you.
We the people of John Brown University only want to receive emails when necessary. How often is necessary? Send out the update letter, named Here and Now, once a week (preferably on Monday). If a club doesn't send you their information in time, too bad. A university should not pander to those that aren't prepared.
To quote the President of the United States, "Uhhh, lemme be clear," it is not that we don't appreciate the information that is let out via the aforementioned "Here and Now." No! In fact, most of us appreciate the updates from clubs and whatnot. We'd just like less mail in our inboxes during the week.