Although the 15th Undergraduate Senate passed no official measures beyond the approval of two funding bills, their meeting Tuesday night revealed plans for the quarter and featured important updates from several senators, including updates about proposals for new class schedules.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate officially began the process of substantive funding reform and also voted to formally institutionalize the Leadership Development Program in its meeting on Tuesday night.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate debated how to best implement a constitutional amendment, passed last election, that mandates top-voted upperclassmen candidates to be automatically elected to the Senate, no matter their finish among the rest of the candidate pool.
Like all freshmen everywhere, the Class of 2017 and I came in believing we had all the answers, but soon found out that we knew next to nothing about college. A month and a half later, I think most of us still have questions about Stanford.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate met Tuesday night to finalize plans for the football rally, nominate senators to several University committees, increase the cap for honoraria funding and receive an update on judicial affairs.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate held a two-hour meeting Tuesday night that included an appearance from men’s basketball head coach Johnny Dawkins, who was there to discuss ways to increase support for the basketball program.