By Ann Brown
Members of Neill-Wycik’s Social Activities Committee (SAC) are all partied out.
Two SAC executives have quit and two others are on hiatus, complaining of a lack of support from management and the board of directors in the building.
“We needed help from management running events,” said Melissa Jenkins, who recently resigned from her position as SAC communications coordinator.
The five volunteer members managed a budget of $50,000 and organized social events such as last month’s private concert with Wide Mouth Mason.
Some members say problems stemmed from the fact that Neill-Wycik has been restructuring over the past several months.