More than 10 faculty members voiced support for the Back to Campus plan, stating it will allow faculty to teach in their preferred setting in the fall.
The Student Court tackled four cases this academic year – the largest number of cases in nearly 20 years.
Presidential candidate Georgie Britcher said her “insider and outsider” perspective with the Student Association has prepared her to take on the job.
SA President SJ Matthews said task force members are looking to address gaps in the report, like accessibility and sustainability, and will meet every two weeks throughout the spring.
Student Association leaders are looking to overhaul the SA constitution this spring to address vague or conflicting language in the organization’s rules and responsibilities.
The SA Senate overwhelmingly passed a resolution Monday calling on the organization and the University to prevent instances of anti-Semitism on campus.
Students said documents like medical bills and scholarship checks have been lost or arrived in their mailbox several days after the postmark date.
The SA Student Advocacy Corps will spend this academic year expanding its member base and widening the scope of issues advocates work on.
The SA Senate voted at a special meeting Monday that a 2018 bill equally represents undergraduate and graduate students.
Looking Glass will use virtual reality technology to find solutions to social issues like homelessness.