BREAKING: SU vice president of administration resigns

| Senior News Editor

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.

The press release states that Kapur resigned to “adjust his extracurricular commitments.”

Following Kapur’s resignation, SU will begin a search for a new vice president of administration. Nominations for the position will be accepted at the Feb. 14 Senate and Treasury session.

In the press release, Sng thanked Kapur for his service to Student Union and expressed sadness about the resignation.

“We would like to thank him for his dedicated service, particularly in: organizing the most highly attended Student Union retreat, chairing the Freedom of Speech task force, managing bi-weekly Student Union Leadership meetings, serving as an advisor to Student Union Senate, overseeing Student Union Elections, and being a wonderful friend and mentor to many,” the release reads.

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