The 17th annual meeting of the University Park Undergraduate Association met again on Wednesday night for their weekly general meeting. Four new superintendents were confirmed, while legislation to support books for the arts and entertainment was passed.
Following brief reports from President Sydney Gibbard and Vice President Carter Gangl, the 17th Assembly addressed its past business.
The only previous business at the meeting was the confirmation and swearing in of Sanjana Devarakonda as the new director of Finance.
The meeting took a short break and then began new business.
The first order of the new business was the confirmation and swearing in of the four chief representatives, Fletcher Port, Ben Lindgren, Rik Bhattacharyya, and Raaheem Khondaker.
Next, the meeting continued to discuss Policy Amendment #04-17: Revised UPUA Election Code 2022-2023. The revised UPUA Electoral Code was reviewed and amended to bring it into line with the constitution and improve the conference’s vision.
The last issue addressed was Bill #32-17: Funding for the Publishing and Distribution of Art and Entertainment Books. UPUA, in partnership with the Student Programming Association (SPA) and a representative of the Performing Arts Council (PAC), will donate $230 to create and publish information brochures for current and prospective students about SPA, PAC, and the Center for the Performing Arts. , School of Drama, and School of Music.
Bill #32-17 passed.
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