A Student Association graduate student caucus will help increase student representation and connect graduate organizations with officials, caucus members said.
Student Bar Association senators welcomed a new pool of elected senators into the body, filling all positions on the SBA for the first time in recent history.
SA senators questioned Brookins on his decision to release an executive order before consulting with the senate on possible legislation.
The 2020-21 Student Court judges overhauled their procedures to give students more direction in using their resources.
Senators approved resolutions to create LGBTQ+ and graduate student caucuses as part of an effort to expand representation of these groups.
SBA senators are calling on officials and SA senators to provide a full explanation of their reasoning behind a decrease in the SBA budget.
Students said Jessica Krug betrayed their trust by blackfishing and allowing her falsified life experiences to steer class discussion.
After SA senators filed a complaint to implement a timeline on the bifurcation of the SA, the Student Court unanimously moved to dismiss the complaint.
Student Association members approved eight pieces of legislation at its first meeting of the academic year Monday, including for the 2020-21 budget.
Financial aid officials hosted two town halls last week to clear up concerns for students and families regarding financial aid packages.