The Undergraduate Student Government discussed findings from the Year-End Assessment Survey about Diversity and Equity, updates concerning the Campus and Community Affairs and University Student Life Committees, and various budget requests during its weekly meeting on Dec. 9.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed a possible partnership with the Pace Council for Civic Values (PCCV), the upcoming campus elections, and the creation of a resources page for students during its weekly meeting on Dec. 2.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed a referendum on Campbell Hall bathrooms, the upcoming bonfire, and the Thanksgiving buses in its weekly meeting on Nov. 11.
“[We want to] make it more feasibly understandable for your average person who isn’t digging through ten thousand cells on Microsoft Word,” Spicher said.
Vice President Nate Lambert ’20 announced that Senate members can now propose and join task forces freely. Previously, members were assigned to a task force.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed the construction of student package lockers in Frist Campus Center, the “Banning the Box” Town Hall, and a potential “Day of Action” during its weekly meeting on April 29.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed the Board Plan Review Committee, USG office renovations, and USG Senate engagement during its weekly meeting on April 22. On the proposed board plan changes, Assistant Vice President of Campus Dining Smitha Haneef said, “We are hearing loud and clear that what’s on the draft does not fit what the majority preference would be.”
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed Post-Thesis Life pictures, “Yard Parties” funding, and student co-sponsorship of Garden Theater movies during its weekly meeting on Apr. 8.
As the first month of the administration of Undergraduate Student Government President Rachel Yee ’19 draws to a close, the USG discussed the Ivy League Mental Health Conference, budget proposals and committee appointments, and elections resolutions during its weekly meeting.
In the wake of the fall Honor Code reform, USG members proposed a new schedule for class government elections and USG referenda. Four new members of the USG Honor Committee were also introduced.