Tagged - SA Senate

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.

Shotokan appeals to ACJC over debt, SAAC

Pecoraro said the debt should not be waived, as “the student activities fee that you and I pay should not be used to pay back a deficit.”

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: Palestinian flag, Tibet email

Last week’s SA meeting (Oct. 21) included clarification of rumored plans for removal of the Palestinian flag from Hirst Lounge,…

Senate Summary: Intro to UR Student

UR Student accounts will keep track of each student’s major, minor, and cluster requirements. Students will be able to use this to register for classes.

Senate Summary: New improvements to library spaces

Senator Lea Thome updated SA on her efforts to increase access to the Humanities Center on the second floor of Rush Rhees Library. The Center will now be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every weekday, an hour more than before. She is working to further expand hours during finals.

Senate Summary: Vetoed executive session bill debated

At Monday’s SA senate meeting, members discussed a vetoed bill on senate’s ability to go into executive session, members gave…

SA Senate elections matter

As campaign posters start to pop up, it’s once again time to elect the first-year SA senators.  With over 20…

Senate Summary: SA eliminates club committees, confirms new members

SA passed resolutions that signify major changes ahead for student organizations, as well as SA Government’s own processes last Monday…

With secret vote on Equestrian’s future, SA Government betrayed the public’s trust

Accountability within SA Government is a pipe dream.