The 17th General Assembly of the University Park Undergraduate Association was held again every Wednesday evening. Four new General Delegates have been confirmed and legislation has been passed to help fund arts and entertainment information brochures.
Following brief reports from President Sidney Gibbard and Vice President Carter Gangl, the 17th Congress took up the old agenda.
The only old business on the agenda was Sanjana Devarakonda’s confirmation and oath as Executive Director of Finance.
Congress took a brief caucus break before moving on to new business.
The first order of the new business was the confirmation and oath of four representatives: Fletcher Porte, Ben Lindgren, Rick Bhattacharya and Rahim Kondakar.
Congress then moved to discuss Policy Change #04-17: Revised UPUA Elections Act 2022-2023. The revised UPUA Electoral Code was reviewed and edited to summarize and amend the Code as the Congress deemed appropriate.
The final issue addressed was Bill #32-17: Funding for Printing and Distribution of Arts and Entertainment Brochures. UPUA works with Student Programming Association (SPA) Liaisons and Performing Arts Council (PAC) representatives to create and print brochures that provide current and prospective students with information about SPAs, PACs and Performing Arts Centers Allocate $230 to , drama school, music school.
Bill #32-17 passed.
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