Tagged - SA Senate

Pennsylvania Gov.-elect Josh Shapiro ’95 first jumped into politics at UR

Before Josh Shapiro ‘95 became Pennsylvania’s governor-elect, he boasted two humbler titles — UR Students’ Association senator and president.

Latin American Studies department resolution passes SA

SA passed a resolution supporting the creation of a Latin American Studies department after hearing speeches from seven student advocates.

SA solicits input on race-related trainings for faculty

SA released a survey seeking student input on potentially-mandatory race-related training curricula for faculty.

IT speaks on Wi-Fi remedies, gives updates

University IT gave a presentation on Wi-Fi remedies and general updates during the SA Senate’s Oct. 17 meeting.

University frustrating you? A new SA survey may help

SA announced a “Campus Life Pain Points Survey” for students to send on-campus frustrations — and positives — to the Campus Life Committee.

SA passes statement pushing federal student debt cancellation, contains inaccuracies

With Biden's debt cancellations drawing nearer, the SA has made it clear that they do not think the administration is going far enough by unanimously passing a statement containing multiple factual errors.

Freshman SA members elected, confirmed

Eight newly-elected first-years were confirmed to the Students' Association Senate and Class Council on Monday.

Student submissions for flag lounge display replacement opening soon

The Hirst Lounge flags are gone for good. What will take their place is up for students to design — with administrative approval, of course.

SA website receives makeover, new functionality

The redesign was centered on making the site more accessible, bug-fixing, increasing SA’s outreach capabilities, and cleaning up the back-end to make future updates easier.

SA Summary: Flag display alternatives meetings start, cultural holiday legislation

During their Feb. 7  meeting, SA Senate discussed committee updates, scheduling their town hall, the new SA website, and a procedural change that would put students before senators in their speaker’s list order, among other topics.