Continuing an issue that has been stirring since last semester, the UA will discuss a constitutional convention that will address revamping the student government. Additionally, two resolutions will be debated, Harris said last night. The first involves the University alumni's Baltimore chapter which is scheduled to hold a function at a club that restricts blacks and Jews from its membership. The other resolution will address a student whose Open Expression Guidelines were allegedly violated when he protested at former President Ronald Reagan's address during the 250th celebration, Harris said. The UA chairperson also said that she will inform members of the status of all-night study areas. Harris added that during the meeting, members will also present a 1990 report a followup to the UA's 1986 paper which states the UA's current status and future goals. "The meeting will be very busy and interesting," Harris said. "It's open to all students and freshmen are encouraged to attend." The meeting will be held tomorrow night at 9 p.m. The room will be announced later today at the UA offices located in room 112 of Houston Hall. Daniel SchwartzComments powered by Disqus
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