At the second ASWC senate meeting, ASWC discussed how to improve senator outreach, ratified Whitman Action Games, amended a bylaw, and appointed Emily Jones and Dalton Cooper to the Bon App Food Committee.
ASWC ratified Whitman Action Games (WAG), this year’s reconfiguration of the now-defunct Campus Gamers club. WAG coordinates Humans vs. Zombies annually. With ASWC recognition and funding, WAG expects to expand its offerings to campus-wide games of Capture the Flag and Assassins as well as increase publicity.
Emily Jones ’16 and Dalton Cooper ’17 were appointed to the Bon App Food Committee. Jones plans to focus on nutrition transparency while Cooper hopes to address the dining hall concerns of both athletes and vegetarians.
A bylaw was also amended to include a provision to nominate and appoint students to the Sustainability Advisory Committee at the discretion of the Nominations Committee.
The Finance Committee reported that it approved three requests and allocated $300 for yoga classes, $100 to the Pre-Health Society, and $119.24 to Campus Progressives.
Improving senator outreach generated the most discussion at this senate meeting. Every senator has been paired with at least one Whitman club as way to increase communication. In addition, on Wednesdays during lunch in Reid, at least one ASWC senator and WEB Chair Genevieve Jones will be available in the foyer to discuss a weekly topic as well as address student concerns.
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