Nik Marda argues that, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, humility is crucial to crafting appropriate, necessary solutions.
I voted in the recent ASSU election, and on many questions, the ballot prevented me from abstaining. For example, I only wanted to rank two of the Executive slates, but I was forced to rank all five. This led to my third, fourth, and fifth choices defaulting to the ballot's random ordering. On the Annual Grants, I had to choose either "yes" and "no" for organizations I barely recognized. That can't be the best way to allocate thousands of dollars.