“It is no longer reasonable for me to shoulder this burden,” Alkilani wrote in an email to student group officers Jan. 12.
Student Union and the Social Programming Board announced a new nomination process for the Trending Topics program, Feb. 17.
Student Union finished conducting a series of preliminary meetings in preparation for their 2020-2021 general budget session, to be held on Feb. 15, after changing up the structure of the decision-making process.
While the last Treasury election was uncontested, this next one is not. Many of these Treasury representatives are up for re-election. So, vote. Tuesday, March 5. And vote intentionally. Don’t just approve all incumbent candidates.
Moving forward, we urge Student Union to continue to show as much care as they did this year when making budgetary decisions.
A joint session of Treasury and Senate failed to approve the Student Union general budget for the first time in four years Sunday.
Student Union released its 2019-2020 general budget proposal, which lists out students’ requests for funds from the student activities fee, in an email to the student body Feb. 4.
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