UPUA Confirms Two New Representatives In Wednesday Meeting

The 17th Assembly of the University Park Undergraduate Association convened on Wednesday to pass bills and confirm new representatives.

The meeting kicked off with special presentations from Board of Trustees member Janiyah Davis and CAPS representatives, as well as a satirical tutorial on how to write an email from Deputy Chief of Staff Cade Miller. 

President Sydney Gibbard and Vice President Carter Gangl then delivered their reports, which touched on the upcoming controversial “Uncensored America” event on October 24. Then, the assembly moved into new business.

New Business

The assembly began by voting on new representatives. Aidan Wahl was confirmed as a Human and Health Development Academic College representative, while Aidan Heery was confirmed as an Information Science and Technology Academic College representative. 

After the two representatives were sworn in, the assembly passed Resolution #06-17, which focused on test prep book overstock distribution. They then passed Bill #11-17, which provided funding for What To Fix Day 2022, an event where students can suggest campus improvements to UPUA’s facilities committee. 

The assembly closed things out with committee reports before adjourning.

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