Non Cur thawed: StuGov unfreezes funds

Michael Kowaleski

In an emailed press release written in Spanish, Non Cur Editor-in-Chief Noah Drauschak ‘16 announced that the controversial satire journal is back in business.

The campus publication was mired in frozen funds after student government ordered changes to their constitution on Oct. 1. The changes included mandatory, moderated public forums and required signatures from Non Cur advisor Bryan Washington and all contributing writers.

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, student government rejected an updated draft of the constitution on the grounds that requirements were missing and the language contained in the constitution was too vague.

Student Government President Michael Prisco ‘14 confirmed that a new draft of the Non Cur constitution was approved and the journal’s funds are unfrozen.

Drauschak also confirmed that there will be an issue distributed on campus later this week. In the emailed press release to The Lafayette sent Sunday evening, Drauschak pointed to this upcoming Tuesday and Wednesday as possible release dates for the issue.