“It is no longer reasonable for me to shoulder this burden,” Alkilani wrote in an email to student group officers Jan. 12.
Key issues include the future of Greek Life and mental health on campus.
Students expressed frustrations with Student Union’s allocation of funding ahead of fall elections this week, though Wednesday’s resolution of a miscommunication alleviated some concerns regarding Treasury’s Nov. 9 decision to reallocate fall WILD funding for the spring.
To achieve full carbon neutrality by 2035, the Senate called for investments in offsite renewable energy and investing in local programs that encourage clean energy use.
SU’s activist equipment supply will allow students to access megaphones, poster boards and other protest-related resources.
Student Union’s spring election was characterized by a lower than usual level of competition, while the field of candidates differed over the importance of experience versus new ideas for advocacy, March 30.
In the week leading up to the election, Student Life conducted interviews with each candidate, covering a variety of topics.
The forum, which took place one week before SU elections on March 30, covered topics ranging from accountability and transparency to the role of WUPD and Greek Life on campus.
The largest section in the budget was $1.9 million dedicated to funding student group reserves, an increase from $1.6 million last year.
To support students struggling to make connections amid COVID restrictions, Student Union established the ‘Mentorship Match’ program to connect underclassmen with upperclassmen mentors. SU announced pairings for this project, Feb. 19.
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