Some members of the St. Antony's College administration have consistently shown that they are unwilling to take seriously the requests of its students. Students have been ignored, treated rudely and dishonestly, and in some cases without respect. Students of Oxford are not trained to sit idly by when they suffer mistreatment. The students of St. Antony's demand that the administration start treating them with respect.
This started as a request to the administration to deal more effectively and timely with problems in one college owned house. However, the complete disregard of our situation and discussions with other students, has led me to believe that there is intense frustration with the administration that goes far beyond failing to provide hot water to one house.
Please add your voice here. Sign your name (I think you can anonymise yourself if you wish) and if you'd like, add a specific comment on what you think the administration needs to change. Whether your house is filthy, you've encountered broken equipment, you are currently, or have been, a member of the GCR, and have experienced frustration, your requests have been disregarded, you've been treated rudely, or anything else, please express your concerns here. This petition will be presented to the administration with the request that some changes be made.
We are happy to acknowledge that not all members of the administration are being targeted by this campaign. Rather, there are some members of staff who have been wonderful, kind and supportive and we would like to bring attention to them as well: Rachael Connelly, Gillian Crook, Karen Leighton, Ranj Majumdar
PLEASE SIGN WITH YOUR COLLEGE EMAIL ADDRESS.
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Chris Hopkins, United Kingdom5 years ago Comments: There has been a lack of clarity and information on how the shower situation is being resolved as with other matters
Scott Urban, United Kingdom5 years ago Comments: I appreciate the efforts the college have gone to in organising replacement showers. But I do feel some degree of compensation is in order.
Harriet Robinson, United Kingdom5 years ago Comments: -
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