Brief Description: Jill graduated from UCD in Fall 2007 with a B.A. in Political Science.
She's currently a law student at King Hall.
email - <weinstein.jill AT gmail DOT com>
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2005-02-05 20:05:20 What year are you? —BryanBell
2005-02-09 20:04:11 Oops I forgot that. Thanks. —JillWeinstein
2005-02-09 22:02:17 Do you like cold cream of wheat? or was that just oatmeal that you like cold? —JaimeRaba
2005-02-10 10:36:34 I like both cold. Cream of wheat is best when you spread it out in a brownie pan and stick it in the fridge overnight. You can cut it into strips in the morning and eat it that way. My mom's family fries the cream of wheat for special occassions like Christmas morning. —JillWeinstein
2005-03-05 16:43:11 Awesome. See, the fact you can serve it as mush or as a solid is what's awesome about polenta/grits too. And I always liked cream of wheat and malt-o-meal in the same way i liked grits. Do you like grits too? —JaimeRaba
2005-03-06 16:37:23 Jill...I'm sorry, but you're just too cute. —StacieTownsend
2005-03-06 18:37:26 Stacie....I look 13 in that picture. Thanks a ton. Oh, and I was happy because of you. —JillWeinstein
2005-06-02 20:44:46 Thanks Brent! How's your ankle? —JillWeinstein
2005-06-02 21:40:00 I think Jill will make an excellent commissioner on the IAC because she likes to talk, unlike others that volunteer their time to remain silent. From what I gather Jill is filled with more knowledge than half the student body. She likes Thai Bistro so that means she has excellent taste. Good taste and brains are the combination only a special operations culinary agent has, whatever that is. — RobertBaron
2005-06-02 21:56:38 Can we get her placard for IAC to read "Special Operations Culinary Agent"? —BrentLaabs
2005-06-02 22:48:00 i'm trying to talk to you on MSN, but failing —BrentLaabs
2006-01-08 15:06:47 regarding the open hearts, open minds thing...no, I didn't know it was the methodist church slogan. It's not the official slogan of Crossings, just the general attitude. I'll look into the copywrite useage though. Thanks for the heads up! —JanelleAlvstadMattson
2006-01-13 13:21:01 You might consider creating a Wiki page for the 1000 wells project, it sounds interesting. —SteveDavison
2006-01-13 20:14:41 that's next on my things to do. thanks for being interested :) —JillWeinstein
2006-01-14 01:36:03 Psh... right, you avoid Food Fair unless the food happens to involve my Oreos... ;-) —MichaelArrigo
2006-01-14 01:37:24 Sorry. That was me. Mike was obviously the last Wiki user on my computer. —StacieTownsend
2006-03-26 17:09:58 just saying hi:) —EricWu
2006-12-05 23:49:57 Yeah, Kinda crazy, eh? I look forward to working with you in IAC, Jill. —KevinPowers
2006-12-06 19:03:14 yay IAC —EricWu
2006-12-11 17:49:04 I like the page layout :) —KevinPowers
2007-02-12 23:48:59 I'd argue that some of the material we deal with requires IAC to be impartial, or at least appear as such, so I'd just like to thank you for not wearing your pin during meetings. I can't say the same to others. —MaxMikalonis
I'd argue that nothing requires IAC to be impartial any more than any other commission. It just seems the norm lately that IAC seem more-or-less nonpartisan (I broke off my ties to LEAD while I was chair.) I'd say that it's actually more beneficial for B&F to be non-partisan, though. Unfortunately, before Irina, that wasn't usually the case.
Yeah, It may be more beneficial for B&F to be impartial because they deal with the budget, but I do feel its important for both of those commissions to be less partisan. IAC exists to try to improve ASUCD/its Bylaws, and while there are differing opinions as to what Improve is, most people would agree that better written legislation and clearer bylaws are good things to have, no matter what side you are on (Unless its Lloyds). And, your accomplishments in IAC aren't going to be what you run on for ASUCD Senate (Unless you passed the pledge bill), instead you'd focus on your external event commission position you held for one quarter.
The internal structure of ASUCD has very little to do with LEAD vs. Focus. As I am not chair of the commission, but simply an unpaid volunteer, I feel that it's appropriate to express my opinions for the upcoming election as someone who more or less knows what's going on. I feel extremely strongly that Kareem and Julie should be our next Prez and VP, I've made that known publicly on many occasions. I've been affiliated with three different slates in the past...so it's a pretty fluid thing for me.
2007-02-16 17:48:06 You can "Jive" with that! I felt like I was in a time warp to 1972. —KevinPowers
2007-10-11 00:19:59 I think this page needs to be updated, don't you? —MaxMikalonis
2007-10-11 09:15:18 Nice meeting you! —WilliamLewis
2007-11-27 21:12:22 Mexico under the PRI is ridiculously interesting to study. —DanXie