A director of Marvin Center affairs will replace the group, which also oversees the Student Dining Board and meets with administrators about the office space in the Marvin Center.
Students are voting on the next Marvin Center Governing Board leaders about a month after Student Association polls closed – the first time in recent memory the groups have held separate elections.
The event to mark the communal study space, which has been open for student use since February, saw a crowd of about 40 students. Knapp, who spoke for several minutes, called the space a result of “a great partnership” with the Student Association.
The Board of Trustees set aside about $275,000 to upgrade space in the Marvin Center in its annual budget, which was announced Friday.
The non-binding resolution carries no weight administratively, but serves as a lobbying tool for student leaders. The bill does not include specifics about what type of renovations are needed to change the space, nor does it include how much the student leaders would like as allocations.
Eight candidates declared bids for the top two SA spots this year, compared to last year’s crowded 12-person race for president and executive vice president.
Representatives from about 60 student groups showed up to talk about the University’s plan to scrap individual student offices on the fourth floor and create an open space for all student groups in place of Hippodrome.
The Joint Elections Committee released the full list of Student Association, Program Board, Marvin Center Governing Board and Class Council winners after Thursday’s elections. Runoff elections for SA president and executive vice president will be held March 23 and 24. The full list of winners is below: Student Association President Chris Clark – 1,107 votes […]
The Joint Elections Committee will announce the results of the Student Association, Marvin Center Governing Board, Class Council and Program Board elections in the Marvin Center Continental Ballroom Thursday. In previous years, the JEC made these announcements in the Marvin Center’s Columbian Square. Polls are open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. If […]
The governing board that oversees the upcoming Student Association, Program Board, Class Council, and Marvin Center Governing Board elections approved Sunday the list of official candidates for the upcoming student elections.