SA leaders said security officials repeatedly declined their requests to station University Police Department officers in the senate meeting room in Funger Hall.
The vice president for research will report to the University’s chief academic officer beginning July 1.
Students said they weren’t notified of the change until after the switch went into effect April 1.
The head of SMPA joined 12 journalism school deans in condemning Sinclair Broadcast Group Friday after the company forced local news anchors to read a statement condemning “fake news.”
SA President-elect Ashley Le spent just $110 during her campaign, while both executive vice presidential candidates dropped less than $60.
Glenn Egelman, the former head of the CHC, wrote a letter in January saying the center exhibited a “long-term lack of guidance, supervision and support.”
The MSSC will host one of its regular inclusion training sessions Thursday, focused on the “built-in advantages” Christians have over non-Christians.
Paul Wahlbeck, who has served as CCAS vice dean since 2016, will take charge of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences as Dean Ben Vinson steps down.
Officials will roll out a series of major changes to the center Monday, including a student health insurance mandate and more free mental health sessions.
The Student Association’s top two leaders released a statement Thursday condemning past Facebook comments from a senator that have been widely criticized as anti-Semitic.