That pain comes, in part, from our very existence being a topic of “intellectual debate” by those who have not gone through our own lived experiences.
Student Union Vice President of Administration Trevor Mattea announced Monday that he would be resigning from his post in two weeks. His resignation is the second for the Montana administration, raising questions about Student Union’s internal efficacy.
In an Student Union press release, the Executive Council announced that Trevor Mattea, vice president of administration, would be resigning from his post, effective in two weeks. Mattea, a junior, made the announcement to the Executive Council on October 16.
Last Wednesday saw the appointment of the seventh new senator to Student Union this term, calling to attention the unusually large number of resignations. The Senate body, composed of 26 members, lost six of its original senators before the semester even started.
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