4.2 percent of the undergraduate population answered the survey.
Reed Piercy, MCAS ’19, and Ignacio Fletcher, MCAS ’20, are currently collecting signatures to run, as well as Taraun Frontis, CSOM ’19, and Aneeb Sheikh, MCAS ’20.
Overall, the “Resolution Concerning Regular Committee Updates” was largely supported during the questioning and debate period.
After a tied vote on the “Resolution Concerning a UGBC Stance Against Threats and Personal Attacks,” Tt King, UGBC executive vice president and MCAS ’18, voted “no” to break the tie.
The SA also debated a Resolution Concerning a UGBC Stance Against Threats and Personal Attacks on Tuesday.
The resolution echoes some of the demands made last week at the “Silence is Still Violence” march.
Unidos Por Puerto is a fundraising effort set up specifically for hurricane relief with over 20 major corporate partners.
Student Assembly members debated the blind ballot’s effect on its public image, the diversity of thought during meetings, and the organization’s transparency.
The vote was 12-8 against as some members of the SA questioned the pick’s knowledge of the position.