Campus / News / October 3, 2019

Senate Briefing: Freshmen Senators take seats

In their first meeting of the year the six senators elected to represent the Class of 2023 were introduced, in addition to four senators elected to open upperclassmen seats.

Senate Vice President Robert Draper, junior, described turnout for the election as low. The issue was compounded by the election form having to be re-sent to students due to originally setting the form to allow multiple ballots to be cast.

President Cayne Randle, senior, discussed new senate initiatives such as increasing senate tabling hours.

She also explained that the Senate’s meeting agenda this year will now include a report from each class year, in addition to the established committee reports.

The next Student Senate meeting is to be held on Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Old Main Alumni Room. Senate is set to vote then on the Student Activity Fee for the next school year.

 

Carlos Flores-Gaytan, Co-News Editor
Co-News Editor

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