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.
Junior Ashley Le, the SA’s vice president for public affairs, won by about 230 votes in one of the closest presidential elections in recent memory.
The students signed onto a letter calling on SA executive vice presidential candidate Brady Forrest to resign and for the University to condemn anti-Semitism.
Associate Dean of Students Tim Miller was named vice president of student affairs at James Madison University Wednesday.
Student Association presidential candidate Imani Ross said she wanted to be “forthcoming” about Facebook remarks in 2010 and 2012 referencing minority groups.
The vote defied a University decision earlier this month that officials would not recognize a graduate student union.
Executive vice presidential candidate Brady Forrest called for a boycott of a multicultural event in 2014 that included Jewish student groups.