SU Treasury

SU Treasury funds Chabad, Black Senior Alliance, among other clubs

Student Union (SU) Treasury heard appeals from 11 clubs and organizations, including Chabad and the Black Senior Alliance, and approved appeals amounting to $57,832.57, Feb. 27. 

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SU Treasury joint session with SU Senate approves general budget and significantly increases funding for WILD

Student Union Treasury unanimously approved the $4.6 million general budget allocating the 2024-2025 Student Activities Fee, which is almost 9% more than last year, Feb. 20.

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Student Union Treasury hears club appeals

Student Union Treasury heard appeals from five student groups, which were collectively requesting $51,766.23. SU Treasury decided to fund for a total of $51,474.34, bringing the semester total to $183,892.55, on Oct. 24.

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Student Union Treasury funds five student groups and has spirited discussion regarding Washington University Raas

Student Union (SU) Treasury heard appeals from five student groups for a total of $16,135.87, deciding to allocate $15,447.87 in funding, bringing the semester total to $96,589.29 on Oct. 3.

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Student Union holds first joint session, approves election commission members

In the first joint session of the semester on Sept. 19, Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate approved three new members to the Election Commission. The same night, Treasury representatives allocated $26,479.96 in funding to seven student groups.  

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SU Treasury funds on-campus events and club travel

Treasury representatives in Student Union (SU) heard appeals from six clubs and allocated $18,866.03 in funding for sports teams to travel and clubs to host on-campus events, bringing the total amount of money allocated this semester to $34,685.53.

| Junior News Editor

First SU Treasury meeting of the semester revisits funding guidelines

The Treasury branch of Student Union (SU) had their first meeting of the semester this Tuesday, where they welcomed new Treasury representatives, discussed goals for the year, and heard appeals from clubs, Sept. 5.

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Constitutional Council rules Treasury denial of College Republicans speaker unconstitutional  

Student Union’s (SU) Constitutional Council determined that SU Treasury demonstrated political bias when representatives chose not to fund a speaker appeal from the Washington University College Republicans (WUCR), a violation of SU’s Constitution, in a unanimous opinion released on April 5. 

| Junior News Editor

Treasury representatives approve nine appeals, discuss importance of equity

Washington University’s Student Union (SU) Treasury approved 8 appeals from student groups, as well as an appeal from the Social Programming Board (SPB) to have actress Brenda Song speak on campus, March 28.

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Treasury denies College Republicans appeal for economist speaker

Student Union (SU) Treasury Representatives chose not to fund an appeal from the Washington University College Republicans (WUCR), who were requesting $6,977.85 to bring conservative economist Dr. Arthur (Art) Laffer to speak on campus, March 21.  

| Junior News Editor

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