In their last meeting, the Undergraduate Senate tabled a pilot bill to fund extracurricular program participation for low-income students and student on financial aid. The bill requires a significant ASSU contribution of $35,000, and has been up for debate since last spring with more changes to come.
The 18th Undergraduate Senate approved a bill to commit a maximum of $35,000 to a new program to subsidize student group dues for low-income students, pending a comprehensive fund allocation plan.
The Graduate Student Council considered a variety of items in its meeting on Wednesday.
In an organization-wide email sent to employees of Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) this morning, SSE Board of Directors chairman Ateeq Suria Ph.D. ’16 and ASSU President John-Lancaster Finley ’16 announced the resignation of SSE CEO/Financial Manager Frederik Groce ’14.
The 17th ASSU Undergraduate Senate revisited the Fair Trade Bill and previewed future plans, before the quarter begins to wrap up.
John-Lancaster Finley ’16, who is currently a member of the Undergraduate Senate, is the newly elected Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) President-elect. The Daily sat down with Finley to discuss campus culture and his plans as ASSU Executive.
In a meeting again focused heavily on the funding of student groups, the 16th Undergraduate met Tuesday night.
With special elections a day away, Senators and ASSU executives stressed the need for sustained advocacy for the funding reform bill on the ballot at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Undergraduate Senate.