Student Union Vice President of Programming junior Charlotte Pohl will serve as the new leader of Social Programming Board, effective Nov. 1, as a result of a constitutional amendment passed during the SU special election Sept. 17.
Student Union proposed a new structure for Social Programming Board at a joint session of SU Senate and Treasury, Sept. 3.
Junior Nate Ferguson, former vice president of programming of Student Union, was confirmed as vice president of administration by both SU Treasury and Senate this week. Ferguson promised to rework the internal processes in SU by increasing communication within the body and communicating with student governments in peer universities. Ferguson’s appointment comes after former Vice President of Administration Trevor Mattea’s resignation in October.
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