The Associated Students Board of Directors passed numerous motions on Friday, May 10, including funding for the Blue Resource Center, the Queer Guild Council, the AS Food and Housing Insecurity Advisory Committee and the Student Technology Fee budget recommendations.
AS Board hears proposals for Blue Resource Center, advisory committee for food and housing insecurityBy Esther Chong , Lauren Gallup and Mallory Biggar | May 3
On April 26, the Associated Students Executive Board heard proposals to create a Blue Resource Center and an advisory committee for food and housing insecurity.
By Claudia Cooper
Hundreds of students gather at President's office to speak about breaking the cycle of systemic racism, violenceBy Julia Berkman and Julia Berkman | December 5
Students ask questions to during a sit-in on Tuesday to protest the administration's response to racist graffiti appearing on campus. The students waited for three hours until President Randhawa appeared to answer their questions. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
Members from the Associated Students Queer Resource Center proudly display signs and sport colors advocating the nationally-observed Transgender Awareness Week from the ledge of the Red Square fountain on Tuesday, Nov. 15. // Photo by Brooke Wilson
Note: This is a continuation of the piece, "Vehicle design legacy on line," originally published in the print edition of The Western Front on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018.
The Associated Students Board has reworked the organization of Western’s student government to add a new legislative branch, the Student Senate. This restructure was first considered three years ago but will take effect this year, quadrupling the number of elected student positions from seven to 28- giving students a stronger voice in the AS decision making process.
Ramirez filed a wage claim requesting her unpaid wages. // Photo courtesy of Ana Ramirez