“Students don’t know as much about the resources or what it really means to live in the Ithaca community and Tompkins County.”
Even if all the SGC wanted to say was that they interested in initiating an open and honest dialogue, that would have been better than saying nothing.
Ten of the incoming senators won a seat during the Fall elections, and at the start of the meeting, the SGC voted to confirm two additional senators.
Collado said her two largest focuses this year are to get to know the college deeply as an institution and to encourage campus communities to come together.
Student Governance Council announced its vote against tabling the latest draft of the Charter of Shared Governance and selected next semester’s senate chair.