Campus Senate is drafting a proposal that will detail new protocol to be followed in case of inclement weather.
Student Council discussed the possibility of making Safe Rides a paid, student-run position. For the time being, Safe Rides will continue to be run through Greek Council, although this may change in the future.
The Junior Class Committee will begin to pass out bumper stickers and is planning the Junior Class auction.
The Student Life Committee did not meet.
The Housing and Dining Committee is considering changing the hours of the Kenyon Athletic Center Xttraction Café, which has reported decreased sales this year. The committee would like to include healthier food choices.
The Sophomore Class Committee will be selling “Kenyon Mom and Dad” shirts once more before break.
The First-Year Council is planning a social event for next semester.
The Buildings and Grounds Committee indicated that Gund Commons will eventually become a 24-hour study space.
Senior Class Committee reported that there will be a Senior Class Cove Night on Wednesday, Dec. 10.
The Greek Council representative reported that Rush Week will be the second week of the next semester.
The Business and Finance Committee (BFC) received over 80 requests for budget allocations next semester. There was a roughly $85,000 disparity between budget requests and the total amount of money available for allocation. All budget allocations were approved by the Student Council. In light of the amount of funds requested, Student Council discussed the possibility of raising the Student Activities Fee. The BFC will compile a report that better illustrates how money is spent.