The first meeting of the mental health working group was held.
The group is working to promote student mental health.
It will be comprised of one faculty member, two students, and several staff members to focus on what the College is doing well and what we need to do better.
Any thoughts, concerns, or questions about mental health on campus can be sent to Dean Feyerherm.
Oct. 21-25 is Zeta Tau Alpha’s Pink Out Week.
ZTA Big Man on Campus is on Oct. 25.
Shoremal is on Oct. 26 from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in Martha Washington Square. Guest tickets are $15.
Kappa Sigma will be holding their Pancake Breakfast on Oct. 26 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Tickets are $5.
Club Budgets are due Nov. 5.
Motion passed to amend the Student Government Association By-Laws to include the budget process to Article IV of the By-Laws and to allow the Senate to vote on changes that are potentially made to the budget guidelines.
The lights on the blue boxes are not working and may need maintenance.
College Democrats has been reactivated. If anyone is interested in being involved, please contact Maegan White (email@example.com).
The Environmental Committee is working to put together a product where students will be able to pick reasonably priced items to swap out for other non-environmentally friendly items. There is grant money that will be put towards this.
There have been some complaints about Martha’s closing earlier than midnight. Students have requested that Dining Services send out an email when Martha’s will be closing early.