Senate Summary

Senate Summary Feb. 24 2020: Education ROC, housing lottery

The SA meeting for Feb. 24, 2020 included a presentation on Education ROC, updates on the housing lottery, and a discussion of the initiative to make SAD lamps available to the UR community.

Senate Summary Feb. 17 2020: Elections process, SAD lamps, all-gender restrooms

The SA meeting for Feb. 17 included a discussion of potential changes to the process of electing the SA president, an announcement of a booth at Fresh Check Day to promote SAD lamps, and further discussion of the all-gender restroom project headed by the Campus Services Committee.

Senate Summary: All-gender restrooms, climate action plan

Check out this week's senate goings-on.

Senate Summary: Mock registration, student body emails

SA’s Feb. 3 senate meeting had updates on ongoing projects, SA initiatives, and the passing of motions to appoint new accountants on the appropriations committee and a new senator for the International Students Affairs Committee (ISAC).

SA Summary: Student retention and accessibility

The Jan. 27 SA senate meeting included a presentation on retaining students struggling due to a lack of accommodations and updates on UR Student.

Senate Summary: Tunnels and Flag Display

The Nov. 25 SA Senate meeting was spent discussing the recent paintings in the tunnels and the controversy over the location and labeling of the Hong Kong and Taiwan flags in the flag display in Hirst Lounge.

Senate Summary: OnePrice, Gold Line petition

Nov. 18’s SA senate meeting included a presentation for OnePrice, updates on the Gold Line petition, updates on intramural changes, and the passage of motions to appoint new Legislative Advisors.

SA Summary: Clarification bill, UR Student

Nov. 4’s SA senate meeting included discussion of a bill to clarify the origin of emails from SA leadership, the passage of a resolution showing support for UR Student, and committee plans.

Senate Summary: Apology to CSA, committee plans

This week’s SA meeting included continued discussion on the China-Tibet conflict, reports on committee activity, and plans for new developments for 2020.

Senate Summary: 9/4/17

Senator Jamal Holtz, a sophomore, defended his absence from an SA training session Monday.