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Student Government approves invalid minutes, introduces committee at March 7 meeting

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Student Government’s March 7 meeting before spring break saw the introduction of a new representative and an ad hoc committee.

The Feb. 22 and Feb. 29 meeting minutes were approved, despite the latter’s invalidity after violations of the bylaws regarding meeting agenda posting deadlines and special meeting requirements.

Sophia Lombardo ’26 was introduced as the newest class of 2026 representative after former representative Ava Gallia ’26 won the parliamentarian race in the recent special election. There are two remaining vacancies within the class of 2025 delegation.

Treasurer Christo Maheras ’26 and representative Alex Brown ’26 proposed a census ad hoc committee, which was appointed by President Thania Hernandez ’25 after a presentation and brief discussion. The committee aims to improve connection and communication between the organization and the student body through increased collection of feedback.

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