It appears that the Student Lifeline program needs a lifeline of its own. Lifeline, an ASUA Senate-sponsored project, made its debut last week after a long summer of organizational difficulties. According to the Sept. 16 Wildcat, the Lifeline service met a bumpy road due to confusion with operators and lack of available cabs.
ASUA senator Adam Bronnenkant, who is in charge of the program, told the Wildcat, "We were expecting that there would be bugs to work out ¸ this is one of them." He was confident that the service would work as planned.