The ASSU Undergraduate Senate kicked off the academic year Tuesday evening by passing a bill supporting a queer studies minor through the Feminist Studies program, confirming the Nomination Commission’s first round of nominees to University committees and discussing the first half of a comprehensive financial reform package.
With a platform of mandatory bike helmets for ASSU officials, Senator Palpatine is mounting his second write-in campaign for Senate office. Palpatine, who finished in 35th place with 152 votes last year, announced his candidacy in an e-mail to students last Thursday.
The ASSU is suffering from a credibility crisis. Trust in the Association has been severely eroded as a result of the resignation of the vice… Continue Reading »