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CCSG Goes into its Last Council Weekend

Going into the final Council Weekend of this year, CCSG will be sure to keep it interesting. Aside from each breakout accommodating each student fully by helping them with any of their campus issues, CCSG will be voting on and swearing in a new President and Vice President for the 2011-2012 year.

With Capital Day being a huge success for University Park and Commonwealth students, they will be discussing further ways to keep our tuition low, and any improvements that can be made to Capital Day to help it run more smoothly and be more efficient for next year.

Peter Khoury and Justin Cortes, the current Vice President and Student Life Director, have shared their platform and will stand for questioning by Council. The elections of the SAF Board Representatives, the Shields Resources Advisory Board Representatives, the Student Technology Allocation Committee Representatives, and the Campus Chair will also be held.

The Council Weekend will conclude with the 50 years Anniversary Gala, celebrating CCSG’s outstanding success as an organization for student advocacy. This event will be closed to the public.
Anne Riley from the Board of Trustees will be the guest speaker for this weekend.

Council will be held Saturday and Sunday, starting at 12 noon on Saturday in 302 HUB. As usual, all are welcome to attend Council.

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