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Thu, Sep. 16th, 2004, 02:39 pm
wye_forever: Petition thread

Anyone looking to sign the petition, click the link below:

http://www.livejournal.com/community/wye_4ever/712.html?mode=reply

Fri, Aug. 20th, 2004, 04:13 pm
wye_forever: Arguments

Right, something of a marathon post about to start.
Whilst demonstrating a groundswell of support for Wye is great and quite possibly essential, what we definitely need is thorough, reasoned arguments.
I will get the ball rolling with my own thoughts; feel free to add any of your own, as I am by no means an authority on any of this, especially the research-related reasons.
Some in the petition thread are a fantastic start; this thread gives room for more detailed debates.
I'll take this in sections, feel free to add to the relevant section or even add a new section if you think of a completely different argument.
And of course you are most welcome to present counter-arguments- let's face it, College will do!

Thu, Aug. 12th, 2004, 11:31 am
wye_forever: Sign here!

If you feel that the closure of Agricultural study at Wye should not happen, please sign below.
Simply click to "Comment on This," you can comment anonamously without joining Livejournal, but please put your Name and location (postal town/ parliamentary constituency/ Imperial Campus) as the Title of your message.
The message body may be left blank (just put a full stop), but it would be useful if you put a sentence or two outlining any connection to Wye, and any particular reasons for wishing Agricultural study at Wye to continue (please keep it brief; there will be room on other threads to present the arguments in full). Whilst we welcome other views, on this thread any other posts will be deleted or moved to another thread.

Go on then, what are you waiting for?

Thu, Aug. 12th, 2004, 11:20 am
wye_forever: Welcome

Welcome, Wye Boys/Girls, Old Boys/Girls, and other concerned individuals.
This Community is where you can have your say about the future of Wye. Once we have enough comments here to show just how much support for Wye may be out there, we will take this to the relevant authorities.
You are also welcome to present reasoned arguments against the cotinuation of Agriculture at Wye, so we can see your side and what we are arguing against (but please stick to reasoned arguments, any post that is offensive without reason may be removed).

At the moment this board is open for everyone to join and start threads; I may change this in the future if it starts spiralling, but you will still all be able to view and comment on the existing threads.