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E2.0 separates from ASSU

ASSU Co-Chairs of Entrepreneurship Dan Thompson ’13 and Jon Manzi ’13 announced their resignation last Friday in a letter sent out to student email lists. In the letter, Thompson and Manzi stated that E2.0 — a branch of the ASSU formed this year that advocates on behalf of student entrepreneurs on campus — would be separated from the rest of the student government.

Senate debates use of Nitery rooms

The Undergraduate Senate raced against the clock Tuesday night, setting out to finish its weekly two-hour meeting in half that time, so its members could attend the tail-end of the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES) student town hall, which was held concurrently in Toyon Lounge. Committee updates and a discussion of three bills that the Senate will vote on next week were the main order of business.