The University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate passed a bill for re-recognition of student organizations, as well as a bill concerning bylaws for Student Senate. The bill calling for re-recognition of all clubs that completed the re-recognition process was passed unanimously.
New committee chairs and executive board positions were elected and sworn into office during the University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate meeting on April 10. The position of the Cultural Affairs Committee chair was the only chair position that was run with any...
The budget for recognized student organizations for the fiscal year of 2019-2020 was approved during the University of Rhode Island’s general meeting on April 3. The bill calling for the approval of the budget was passed unanimously. Some funds for different recognized student organizations,...
Students line up to vote on important topics relating to the university, including one on increased funding for the Club Sports Intramural Council. Photo by Anna Meassick. University of Rhode Island students voted in favor of a referendum that will add an additional $192,000...
This week’s meeting of the University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate ended with a closed meeting for purposes of impeachment, however, the vote did not pass. At the start of the meeting, during approval of the agenda, Senator Ryan Menard moved to strike...
On March 7, the University of Rhode Island student body elected Nick Marotta and Amanda Marino as the next Student Senate president and vice president. Graphic by Mary Lind The ticket received 749 votes from the student body for the...
Student Senate started their meeting on March 20 by holding a moment of silence for the victims of the New Zealand attack prompted by a motion from Senator Dylan D’aguanno. The Senate discussed that they are looking to put forward a resolution that condemns...
(Left to right) Amanda Marino, Nick Marotta, Nicolette St. Amand, and Johnny Morabito delivered their platforms during the Student-Senate Debate. Photo by Joseph Lachance. The University of Rhode Island’s Student Senate presidential debate was held on Tuesday at 5 p.m. between candidates Nicolette St....
The president of BridgeUSA, a student organization at the University of Rhode Island, recently emailed other student groups on campus to ask if they were satisfied with Student Senate’s work. The politically active URI student, Sam Foer, emailed a survey to all student organization...
Nicolette St. Amand ‘20 (left) and Johnny Morabito ‘20 (right). Photo courtesy of Nicolette St. Amand and Johnny Morabito. The University of Rhode Island Student Senate elections for president and vice president are coming up this Friday, on March 8. Nicolette St. Amand, a...