Statements of Purpose from Inclusion Officer Candidates
Oct19

Statements of Purpose from Inclusion Officer Candidates

Compiled by Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor Applicants for the newly instated technocratic position of Inclusion Officer for the Student Senate Executive Board have been asked to submit statements of purpose. Applicants were instructed to “include relevant past experiences or any additional qualifications [they] believe may help [their] candidacy,” according to the Inclusion Officer Application. The Candidates for Inclusion Officer and...

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Student Senate Adopts S/U Grading Opinion, Tables Inclusion Officer Amendment
Oct05

Student Senate Adopts S/U Grading Opinion, Tables Inclusion Officer Amendment

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor Student Senate made quick work of its agenda during the Monday, Sep. 28 meeting. Parliamentarian Lauren Browning ‘22 presented an updated version of the Inclusion Officer amendment. The amendment received some changes during the most recent Policy committee meeting. After minimal discussion, the amendment was tabled to be voted on during the next meeting. Opinions Committee chair Giacomo Coppola ‘22...

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Student Senate Debates Adding Inclusion Officer, Conservative Clubs Argue Lack of Representation
Sep27

Student Senate Debates Adding Inclusion Officer, Conservative Clubs Argue Lack of Representation

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor The Monday, Sept. 21 meeting of Student Senate saw presentations from four committee chairs regarding their plans for the semester. Garrett Goodwin ‘21, chair of the Academic and Career Affairs Committee, presented on the Committee’s plan to push for a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grading option for students due to the move to remote learning. While the college has argued that students do not...

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Student Senate Responds to Dedensification, Transfers $20,000 to Emergency Fund
Sep14

Student Senate Responds to Dedensification, Transfers $20,000 to Emergency Fund

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor The Student Senate convened over Zoom for the third meeting of the year on Monday, Sep. 14. Alexandros Economou-Garcia ‘22 presented as a member of the Ad Hoc Committee on Inclusion with suggestions for the creation of an Inclusion Officer on the executive board. The position would be tasked with representing groups that have been historically underrepresented in the governing body. The organization...

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‘A Path That Is Not Sustainable’: College Hits Breaking Point, Sends Home Majority of Student Body
Sep04

‘A Path That Is Not Sustainable’: College Hits Breaking Point, Sends Home Majority of Student Body

By Anna Cincotta, Editor-in-Chief, Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor, Maddie Neiman, Managing Editor, Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor, and Nicole DeJacimo, Content Producer   Takeaways 31 additional students have tested positive for COVID-19 this week. Some are symptomatic.  Approximately 1,300 students must leave campus between Sept. 5-7.  First-year students, along with a group of others, will remain on campus for the rest...

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