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Student Council: Sunday, Nov. 2

By Steven Schmidt

The First-Year Class Committee will meet on Thursday, Nov. 6, to discuss the election of a class president.

The Junior Class Committee will be selling bumper stickers in the near future. The Committee continues to plan events in conjunction with the Career Development Office and is planning a class auction.

The Senior Class Committee reports that Senior Soirée will be on Saturday, Nov. 8. The final round of voting for the baccalaureate speaker will conclude this week.

The Student Life Committee and Student Council approved the following new student groups: Chess Club, Cooking Club, art history journal, The Glass Lantern, and Sports Management Club.

The Housing and Dining Committee reported that Midnight Munchies, a new late-night food resale service, did not occur last weekend due to a miscommunication with the Office of Housing and Residential Life. Service should begin this coming weekend. The Committee hosted a vegetarian focus group that discussed vegetarian food options on Tuesday.

The Academic Affairs Committee discussed the possibility of students receiving academic credit for internships. The Committee is considering allowing incoming first-year students to register for their first two courses the summer before their first semester.

The Business and Finance Committee will create a report that examines the exact amount of funds allocated to certain types of activities. This report will allow a more holistic view of the budget and should be completed by the end of the semester.

The Buildings and Grounds Committee reported that part of the upper section of Middle Path would open Monday, Nov. 3. The Committee spoke with the Maintenance Department about replacing dead lights on Middle Path.

The Campus Safety Committee reported that last week’s lighting walk was canceled due to inclement weather.

The Greek Council Representative reported that the Kappas will be colonized by Alpha Sigma Tau by the end of the semester.


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