During Aquinas College Student Senate meetings this year, housing was a regular topic. The conversation has left the Student Senate floor. On April 8 at The Moose, the Campus Engagement Committee of Senate hosted a housing forum. Its purpose was to bring students and administrators together to exchange perspectives and information.
Changes revolve around adjusting to fewer senators: instead of electing five students, there will be three senators per class.
What happens when a student representative is not able to complete their term during the academic year? Reporter Anna-JO Stuart shows us the process.
The administration is trying to find a permanent solution to a problem which is currently being solved with temporary fixes.
Student Senate is the student body that seeks to improve the Aquinas College community and engage in relevant discussions. This year, senate welcomes first-year senators from all four classes and continues to work on old initiatives as well as new reforms.
Student Senate recently passed a resolution urging the administration to stop purchasing single-use water bottles. If the administration acts on this, Aquinas would be the first college in Michigan to do so.
Reporter Brooklyn Waggoner introduces us to the five first-year student senators.
Student Senate will elect new class senators as well as executive members.
In the day to day things that keep students busy, a vote of our Student Senate may have gone largely unnoticed, however, it speaks volumes to the leadership that we have.
The annual conference is a free product of the Student Senate to kick off leadership week, open to all activity fee-paying students who want to learn, engage, and develop their leadership skills.