Academic Affairs Committee Enters the Blogosphere
In an effort to better connect with the students it represents, UPUA’s Academic Affairs Committee (AAC) has started a new blog to keep those interested up to date on their latest activities.
The blog is the brainchild of Sam Loewner, chair of the AAC. His goal is to get more feedback from students who may not be able to attend the committee’s weekly meetings.
I think this is a good move on the AAC’s part to create more transparency. This body represents every undergraduate student at University Park, and it makes decisions that affect everyone. Just last Thursday it was confirmed that all of those annoying SRTEs will be online by 2011. The committee is even working to possibly extend the semester Drop/Add period. Without this resource, I know I would have had no idea that was even being considered.
UPUA has fought for many years to be recognized as the official student government on campus, and this new site seems to be part of their larger effort to fulfill that role.
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