DBA is holding a town hall style meeting to address concerns raised by students regarding Stephanie Lam's eligibility as president. This will be an open meeting for all students and is intended to provide an opportunity for students to voice their concerns directly to the entire DBA Board. We encourage students to come to the meeting, if you are unable to attend email email@example.com a written statement expressing your concerns to be read at the meeting. Please keep such statements relatively brief; all statements will be attributed to their authors. As we are aware people may have other events to attend at this time, feel free to attend for any part of the meeting you are able to. Any questions about the meeting may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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DBA Town Hall Meeting
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