Jan 1 WEEKLY UPDATE: By-Elections, Food and Money – the markings of democracy.
Student Council: In our last meeting, we primarily discussed internal affairs and structure as we transition into a new semester. Plans were made for a meeting based around the constitution and proposed amendments.
By-Elections: Voting will be possible on Canvas Monday 16 through Thursday 19. Physical voting booths will also be set up in strategic locations around campus.
Again, find more detail in the minutes.
Meatless Mondays: Will continue in Elm, for lunch. Regular menus will be served in the other Dining Halls.
Budget: Has been finalized. As previously noted, the stipend proposal was repealed.
Academics: A survey to gain feedback on Academics and CIPE is in the works.
Govt retreat: Is upcoming this weekend.
Donation meal taps: Will sadly not become a thing, due to contract issues.
Student Orgs: The Directorship is pushing for greater organisation, both through tidying up the student orgs room and solidifying the database.
Arts: Plans for a UTown-wide Tembusu music concert are in the works.
ERT: Has gained a new Dean. Our liaison is building a relationship to support the push for better lighting and climate control.
External Communications: I will let you unsubscribe from these emails just as soon as I get my hands on the full-school email listing.
All the best,
Yale-NUS Student Council | Director of External Communication
Quote of the Week –
“Social democracy is objectively the moderate wing of fascism.”
– Joseph Stalin