It seems like if any group on campus should be able to generate its own funding, it would be A.S. Business Services (ASBS) Committee. According to the description of the proposed initiative, however, ASBS wants a quarterly lock-in fee for capital improvements. Capital – the basic components with which one starts a business – doesn’t necessarily need continual improvement and repairs, and a lock-in fee would mean ASBS would continue to receive students’ money regardless of whether they still needed it to cover basic operating costs. The Nexus thinks ASBS would benefit students more by seeking a one-time grant to cover its capital improvements.