ASUC Senate passes bills in support of increasing student resources

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According to Bahar Navab, executive director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union, the student union is at risk of experiencing a $2.2 million deficit if class instruction continues to take place online for the spring semester.

The ASUC Senate met Wednesday to discuss the future of the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union and Eshleman Hall and vote on several bills regarding resources for students.
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ASUC Student Union Board of Directors partially supports Graduate Assembly’s withdrawal of $10K from joint account with ASUC

At the last board meeting in April, motions were passed to place the GA’s funds into separate accounts from the ASUC’s and reinstate GA executives as signatories on the ASUC account until the GA has its own accounts. Ansel’s demand occurred less than two weeks after the GA’s secession from the ASUC, a culmination of tensions that have existed since the GA’s founding in the 1960s.
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