Student Union (SU) Treasury selected next year’s guest speakers for the 2019-2020 Trending Topics series on Sunday.
In denying funding for KWUR Week, Treasury is effectively denying our ability to uphold one of the events that makes Wash. U. so special.
Looking back, Student Union is the single most important extracurricular activity I have done. Being a part of SU Treasury and ultimately becoming SU president has honed my leadership skills in more ways than I can imagine.
Student Union held its fall elections Tuesday, with students electing 13 senators, 14 Treasury representatives and six ArtSci Council members.
Washington University is currently seeking $300,000 in funding from Student Union for new furniture and other aesthetic features in SU’s office space—set to be consolidated from a two-story to a one-story space in the Danforth University Center.
Our editorial board recommends that Senate and Treasury vote not to fund the request due to a gross lack of specific information from the University on what the money would be used for, it being a misuse of the student activities fee and for its likelihood to set a bad precedent
Student Union Treasury allocated $124,000 for the revamped Speakers Series, now called Trending Topics, accepting proposals from eight different student groups in a seven-hour session Saturday.
When Mama’s Pot Roast came to Tuesday night’s Treasury meeting, they were hoping to receive $16,050 for two 20th anniversary shows, two workshops and an alumni networking session and panel.
Legislation intended to prevent a repeat of last year’s Bristol Palin fiasco failed to pass Student Union Treasury by one vote on Thursday. The constitutional amendment would have made student referendums faster and more effective. The final vote was 11-6, but it needed a two-thirds margin to pass.
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