Senate seeks to amend ICC bylaws

Posted by Kat Kullman

On Tuesday, Sept. 21, the Senate of the Student Government Association met for the second time in order to discuss a resolution to amend the Inter Class Council Operating Codes in order to keep the codes consistent with other SGA regulations.

Class President Libby Gronquist, '11, brought the resolution to the floor. The resolution would even out the workload between the vice presidents and the secretaries.

"We sat down with ICC, and the major criticism is that the vice presidents do too much. Secretaries are the only ones to not sit on any other committee," Gronquist said.

In this resolution, Gronquist proposed moving the responsibility of the Falstaffs Operating Codes to the secretaries. This resolution was met with approval from the Senate and the resolution was passed unanimously.

To make this change official, there must also be a resolution to amend the Constitution, which must be approved by the student body.

This resolution will be added to the election ballot available Thursday, Sept. 23.

In other news:

Ali Drucker ‘11, vice president of Residential Affairs, is holding a meeting to discuss Moorebid Ball, the annual Halloween dance. Members of the student body are encouraged to attend and give their ideas about the dance, as well as any changes they'd wish to see.

The meeting will be held at 8 p.m.

SGA election results

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