The ASSU Elections Commission held an information session in the Nitery Tuesday evening about the upcoming spring elections. The session aimed to encourage students to seek ASSU positions and explain the campaign process to potential candidates.
A representative for the University’s ad hoc committee on ROTC will appear at the ASSU Undergraduate Senate meeting on Tuesday evening.
Following a retreat last weekend at Bass Lake, the Undergraduate Senate found Tuesday that it still had some procedural kinks to work out to set… Continue Reading »
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Former senator and Appropriations Chair Anton Zietsman ’12 blasted the committee’s efforts — insufficient efforts, new chair Rafael Vasquez ’12 admitted — to publicize the period last week when student groups could seek early discretionary funding.
The committee, which is part of the ASSU Undergraduate Senate and holds some of the purse strings of Stanford’s hundreds of student groups, is set to draft interim funding policies for the 2010-11 school year this week after former committee chair Anton Zietsman ’12 urged it on Wednesday to move quickly.