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Senate Summary: 3/20/17

The Constitution Task Force (CTF) hasn’t met recently, and its progress was again questioned.

Poetry slam tackles race, gender, and class

The (X) Agenda tackled the intersections of race, gender, and class.

RCL pop-up programs seek to bring students into the fold

Pop-ups from the fall semester included a dance performance by a senior student and an exhibit of AIDS education posters.

Panel aims to fight racism in all forms

The two-hour event was led by Dean for Diversity Beth Olivares and Academic Program Coordinator for the Office of Minority Student Affairs Sasha Eloi, alongside five students who shared their experiences of race relations and discrimination at the University.

Mock Trial headed to nationals with Seligman help

Going to nationals didn’t seem like a realistic possibility, according to sophomore and URMT’s B Team Co-Captain Deisy Abarca-Espiritu.

UR A Star Award to recognize staff

The award is part of Brown’s larger UR Stars in Service Campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the work done by UR staff members.

Here’s everything SA Senate has been able to see about the Constitution rewrite

See for yourself all that's been shared with the Senate by the CTF.

Students and new info scarce at SA Constitution forum

Tuesday's town hall did little to provide further transparency on the rewriting of SA’s central document.

Senate Summary: 3/6/17

Provost and Dean of the Faculty of ASE Peter Lennie, Dean of the College Richard Feldman, and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Jonathan Burdick gave a presentation to the Students’ Association (SA) Senate.

SA multilingual maps initiative gaining traction

In addition to maps, admissions materials, and campus tours, the initiative will also implement multilingual convocation and commencement materials and orientation events.