The Undergraduate Government of Boston College reformed its Senate ahead of the 2019-20 academic year, a change that included a redistribution of student representatives and a reorganization of committee structure.
Elections for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s Senate, previously known as the Student Assembly (SA), will be held on Thursday.
Student Assembly passed a resolution calling upon the University to release reports listing mutual funds in the endowment. SA also passed a resolution altering the body’s size and structure.
The president-elect and vice president-elect of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College presented a plan to restructure the student government.
UGBC unanimously voted to pass a resolution to its constitution that converts two of its pre-existing seats into seats for international and transfer students.
A motion to add “political affiliation” as an identity protected under Section 5 of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College Constitution failed to pass in the Student Assembly (SA) last Tuesday.
After a technical hiccup delayed the elections, this year’s Undergraduate Government of Boston College elections for Student Assembly (SA) filled nine open seats—four first-year positions, three senior class positions, and two miscellaneous positions.
“Overall, it’s good to see that Reed is living up to what he says with not having representation on his team, but making sure it’s shown through his VPs,” said Taraun Frontis, CSOM ’19.