The celebration’s notable attendees included Chancellor Randy Woodson, former Vice Chancellor Tom Stafford and James B. Hunt Jr., former North Carolina governor and Hunt Library namesake .
NC State’s 100th session of Student Senate held their sine die meeting of the 2020-2021 academic year on March 31.
As the student body treasurer, Harrison Andrews, a second-year studying political science and communication, said he wants to focus on student-centered funding and ease of access to resources.
At the March 17 Student Senate meeting, the winners of this week’s spring 2021 Student Government (SG) elections were acknowledged and several pieces of legislation, including The Census of Agriculture LGBTQ+ Inclusion Act, were passed. Additionally, nominations for the Jenny Chang Award, Fa…
The results of the 2021-2022 Student Government (SG) elections have been announced. Among the winning candidates are McKenzy Heavlin/Natalie Bress and Molly Vanhoy, all of whom will serve in the 101st session of SG.
CHASS is the only college holding Student Senate elections this year, with nine candidates running and seven seats available. Correspondents Heidi Reid and Niko Ayers spoke with a few of the candidates to learn more about them.
McKenzy Heavlin and Natalie Bress are running on a platform of diversity, equity and inclusion and student wellness during this year’s Student Government elections.
Erinn Foote and Madissen Keys are running on a platform of equity, unity, safety and Student Government (SG) reform during this year’s SG elections.
Molly Vanhoy is running for Student Senate president, and she wants to focus on efficiency, connection and empowerment in her platform.