The Undergraduate Assembly published its annual report on Wednesday, a document outlining the body’s accomplishments for the 2015-16 school year as well as ongoing projects and emerging ideas. This year, members made progress on almost 70 projects in areas spanning from academic affairs to issues regarding social justice.
The UA in 2012 and 2013, but since then the UA leadership has committed itself to completing the report every year.
“[Creating the report] is a very big time commitment ... I’ve spent over 50 hours on it, compiling and editing,” College junior and UA Secretary Eric Tepper said. “But we’re pushing to be more transparent and communicative with administration and constituents.”
The report addressed free speech, sexual assault, mental health, tuition, sector requirements and exams during holidays.
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