A Brief Agenda for Student Senate: Impeachment Amendment Returns to the Floor

A group photo of the Fall 2018 Student Senate (Photo Mary Frasier/The Gettysburgian)

A group photo of the Fall 2018 Student Senate (Photo Mary Frasier/The Gettysburgian)

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor

The Monday, April 1 meeting of Student Senate saw a short agenda. The governing body saw the reintroduction of the constitutional amendment regarding the grounds for impeachment proceedings. The amendment was reintroduced to include the phrase “the values of Gettysburg College” as introduced by Senator Jackie Crowley ’20 but did not add back the redacted statement that expands on the values of the college that had been previously debated about. The amendment has been tabled for next meeting.

An academic/social justice club called The Hall That has Never Been Told received recognition. The club aims to raise money to support causes like bringing clean water to South Sudan and aiding in the food crisis in Yemen.

The Gettysburgian will be moderating the Presidential and Vice Presidential forums during next week’s Senate meeting in Mara Auditorium on Monday, April 8.

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Author: Gauri Mangala

Gauri Mangala '21 currently serves as a senior editor for the Gettysburgian. During her time at the newspaper, Gauri has written over 80 news and features pieces about campus events, student senate, and breaking news. Gauri is originally from Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Aside from her work with the Gettysburgian, Gauri is the treasurer for the Owl and Nightingale Players. She is a double major in Theatre Arts and Anthropology.

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