Blame Yourself, Not Residence Life

By Staff Writer
December 5, 2002

This letter is in response to the article “Student Responds to Carpenter Resignation”. According to Mr. Kulick’s own statement, “I was in the wrong place at the wrong time, on a number of occasions.”

I think that statement is enough to sum up any arguement to his point. I don’t think any student has ever TRIED to be written up. I never heard a student say “I’m glad I was here when the RA’s came into the room and documented us”. During my two years as Director for the Houses at Cabrini, I never heard anyone thankful and appreciative to be documented for a situation.

Mr. Kulick WAS in situations that caused him to be written up. It is not David Carpenter’s fault. Or a Resident Assistant’s fault. Or Public Safety’s fault. Or anyone else’s for that matter. Most college students know the difference between right and wrong. They know what rules you cannot break. For Mr. Kulick to be seperated from the residence halls, he must have been in the “wrong place at the wrong time” on many occasions.

David Carpenter came into an already difficult situation with residence life. During his time at Cabrini, he has laid the building blocks to foster a really positive and student oriented community. My only hope is that Mr. Kulick and other Cabrini students begin to take responsbility for themselves and their actions, and not continue to lay blame on residence life staff and administrators.

Christian Belko

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