Student Union (SU) passed the Black Caucus Expansion Act and appointed a new election commissioner in an emergency joint session, Aug. 27.
Student Union Treasury and Senate voted unanimously to approve a plan that will guarantee $210,000 in funding for the Student Union Mental Health Fund for five years Tuesday night.
Student Union Senate voted to dissolve its old structure and form new, issue-based committees earlier this month. Chairs for the new committees were internally elected Tuesday.
48 students formally entered the race for Student Union elections yesterday. The election will fill positions on SU’s executive board, 10 seats each in Senate and Treasury, as well as Olin business council and sophomore, junior and senior class councils.
Student Union Senate will establish a Black Caucus to advocate for black students and other underrepresented minorities, senators announced Tuesday.
As a senator, you are not only serving your peers by advocating for things that they want, you are also developing relevant life skills such as communication, patience and leadership.
The election filled all open Senate seats, 10 of the 11 open Treasury seats and one ArtSci Council seat, leaving five spots open on the council.
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