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Snale Mail

341 Signatures Goal: 500

Miami University\'s decision to implement a new package delivery system is nothing more than ineffecient and illogical. Some wait days for packages containing important medications that they can\'t get their hands on... even though the package is sitting somewhere in a back room. Others pay outrageously high prices for next day, two-day, or three-day delivery to no avail. And what about once you receive a notification that your package has finally arrived Expect to wait in line for forty minutes... IF you\'re the first in line. Otherwise, cancel your classes for the day because you\'ll be in line for an hour or two. There is only one entity that can stand in the way of you receiving your mail in a timely fashion- the US Postal Service. Don\'t let Miami University take control over what is rightfully yours! On Tuesday, September 16, I will be attending the Student Senate meeting and, hopefully, propose a reform for the system now in place! Show your support and tell everyone you know who would like to see a change to sign this petition!

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Signatures

  • 8 years ago
    Cooper Cavanaugh United States
    8 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Alexis Sakowicz United States
    12 years ago
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    kelly sullivan United States
    12 years ago
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    simon choi United States
    12 years ago
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    katherine walsh United States
    12 years ago
  • 12 years ago
    Tejal Modi United States
    12 years ago
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    Kristen Anstett United States
    12 years ago
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    Holly Hartshorne United States
    12 years ago
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    Ashley Seybold United States
    12 years ago
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    Elizabeth Bloomfield United States
    12 years ago
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    Dave Sorrell United States
    12 years ago
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    Brooke Shealy United States
    12 years ago
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    Andrea Smith United States
    12 years ago
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    Amy Schnell United States
    12 years ago
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    amelia eddleman United States
    12 years ago
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