As Student Union’s new Vice President of Administration, senior Cary Cheng hopes to make sure that students run and vote in the upcoming SU election.
Senate and Treasury will vote on the 2017-2018 budget this upcoming Sunday, a procedure that led to the cancellation of 2016 fall WILD last year.
Senior and Student Union Chief of Staff Cary Cheng will serve as SU’s new Vice President of Administration after being confirmed by Senate and Treasury tonight. Cheng’s appointment comes following the resignation of junior Sankalp Kapur last Tuesday.
Junior Sankalp Kapur resigned from his position as Student Union vice president of administration Tuesday, senior and SU President Kenneth Sng announced in a press release.
In advance of Student Union’s general budget session, four student groups have chosen to apply for block funding: Habitat for Humanity, Campus Y, Uncle Joe’s Peer Counseling and Emergency Support Team.
Junior Sankalp Kapur resigned from his position as Student Union vice president of administration at 6:30 p.m. today, senior and SU President Kenneth Sng announced in a press release.
In coordination with the goals of Student Union and Leaders in Interpersonal Violence, the sexual assault prevention program “It’s On Us” will expand this year to include two additional components focused on intersectionality and specific issues to Washington University students.
In the first iteration of what it plans to make a yearly report, the Diversity Affairs Council surveyed students involved with all branches of Student Union—including Senate, Treasury, Social Programming Board and the Council itself—to assess the diversity of the student government organization.
Student Union Senate and Treasury elected their respective speakers, juniors Ben Hauser and Iliana Ragnone, at Tuesday’s session in races that each included three contestants.
After over a month and a half of revisions, Student Union Senate passed a resolution promoting freedom of expression and academic freedom early Wednesday morning.