“They’re planning on either adding more meals to it for the same price or decreasing the price,” Virk said. “Because right now price-wise per meal it really does not make sense.”
The Undergraduate Student Government officially recognized Food for Thought, Israel TigerTrek, Knitting Club, and Australia Club.
Assistant Dean of the College James Alexander Dun said that evaluation and planning for a shift to a new learning management system would continue over the next year and that there would be a gradual transition to the selected platform in 2021 and 2022.
Princeton Art Museum Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Mitra Abbaspour presented on Byron Kim’s 2019 Princeton Community Project. Korean-American artist Byron Kim’s ongoing portraiture work entitled “Synecdoche” incorporates paintings of the skin tone of the arms of hundreds of subjects.
USG discussed and then approved a more stringent budget because of increased spending over the fall semester. They also discussed various task forces and appointments.
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.