Student Senate Tables Three Amendments and Sends Two Back to Committee
Apr26

Student Senate Tables Three Amendments and Sends Two Back to Committee

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor On Monday April 19, Senate met and primarily discussed the contents of five amendments, two of which were brought forth by the Inclusion Committee. The first amendment, explained by Inclusion Officer Daniel Jones ‘22 would allow non-recognized clubs up to $800 in funding where they are now not allowed any funding from Senate. This launched debate amongst club representatives and members of the executive...

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Virtual Showcase Recognizes 80+ Students who Completed Garthwait Leadership Certificate
Apr26

Virtual Showcase Recognizes 80+ Students who Completed Garthwait Leadership Certificate

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor On Wednesday, April 21, the Garthwait Leadership Center (GLC) virtually held their annual Leadership Certificate Showcase to recognize the more than 80 students who completed the year-long, co-curricular leadership certificate program. Executive Director Andrew Hughes introduced the event.  Leadership Mentor Ingrid Bayer ‘22 led into the panel discussion between Leadership Mentors Sarah Feldman ‘22 and...

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Student Senate Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates Discuss Campus Issues in Virtual Forum
Apr11

Student Senate Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates Discuss Campus Issues in Virtual Forum

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor On Tuesday, April 6, the Student Senate Presidential and Vice-Presidential Elections Forum was held with moderation from Gauri Mangala ‘21. Sydney Quan ‘22 is running unopposed for the position of president while Colin Hughes ‘23, Miranda Zamora ‘23,  EJ Gill ‘23, Courtney Cholewa ‘22, and Nate Capriglione ‘22 are all running for vice president.    The Presidential Candidate “My intention is to lead...

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Student Senate Gears Up for Elections
Apr08

Student Senate Gears Up for Elections

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor The first Senate meeting of April began with a discussion about technocratic elections as well as presidential and vice presidential elections. They began to accept applications for technocratic positions on Tuesday, the same day as the forum for the presidential and vice presidential elections. Student Senate President Kurtis Grey ‘21 announced that student organizations are allowed to host outdoor...

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Harvard Law Professor Jack Goldsmith on How to Put ‘Guardrails’ on the Presidency
Apr06

Harvard Law Professor Jack Goldsmith on How to Put ‘Guardrails’ on the Presidency

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor On Thursday, Mar. 25, Learned Hand Professor of Law at Harvard Law School,  Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, and co-founder of Lawfare Jack Goldsmith joined the Fielding Center for Presidential Leadership Study to discuss his book After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency. The discussion was moderated by political science professor and Director of the Fielding Center Shirley Warshaw.  Goldsmith...

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