Wednsedasy, SDS received the following letter in their SGA mailbox:
Students for a Democratic Society:
It has come to the attention of the Executive Board that Students for a Democratic SOciety (SDS) has shown blatant disrespect for University Property and SGA and University Policies. Your organization has received numerous warnings from the Attorney General, the first dated October 5, 2011 and most recently dated December 1, 2011. Along with these warnings SDS has received multiple infractions within this time period, regarding serious posting violations. The Executive Branch through a unanimous decision has agreed upon dechartering Students for a Democratic Society. SDS is no longer recognized by The Student Government Association, and has thus lost all representation from the SGA, this includes but is not limited to, guaranteed meeting space for your organization and posting privileges. If SDS wishes to appeal the Executive Branches decision please contact the Judicial Branch at email@example.com. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask myself or any other members of the Executive Board.
Jared M. Shababb
Although most of the members of SDS who have seen the letter are not fazed by the dechartering process, many agree that it will be good to fight the battle and go for judicial review for the sake of the first amendment.