By Ben Love
The Veg Society presented their club, which promotes a community with similar interests revolving around veganism and the negative effects of meat eating. Following the presentation, ASWU Senate approved the club.
The election commission will be gathering soon to prepare for this year’s Exec and senate elections. An email from Vice President Landoni will be sent out to students soon outlining how and when elections will take place.
President Wellman will be meeting with the Board of Trustees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Chief Justice Manfull is working on a referendum to change the ASWU Constitution to make its language gender neutral.
The meeting on Thursday went on to discuss Ed Whipple’s decision to raise the wellness fee $310 to fund physical health services and add an additional mental health counselor at Bishop ASWU also discussed how to continue to improve communication and transparency with the student body. Senator Gautereaux suggested forming a Public relations committee.
Associated Students of Willamette University (ASWU) meets every Thursday at 7 p.m. on the first floor of Ford Hall. Students are welcome to attend and participate in discussion.