(VICTOR XU/The Stanford Daily)
- Advocacy Committee Chair Rachel Samuels ’17 announced several initiatives that her committee has been working on this quarter. These initiatives included creating a survey about keeping dining halls open during Spring Break and establishing a student space for First-Generation, Low-Income Partnership (FLIP).
- The Resolution on General Fees Funding for Housed and Greek Organizations was discussed last night, continuing the debate about the ASSU approach to funding Greek and housed events.The resolution states, “The 16th Undergraduate Senate will not fund Greek or Housed organizations with the following exceptions: Philanthropy events, which will be funded on a case by case basis considering both the amount of money expected to be raised and the number of students attending the event and community service events involving direct participation by organization members.” This resolution was, too, met with disapproval by Greek-affiliated students in attendance who implored the Senate to meet with Greek organizations, including the African-American Fraternal and Sororal Association and Multicultural Greek Council, to better understand the financial situation.
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