In the Chambers: September 26

by Molly Beth Hough
ASWU President

It was a great week to be a Pirate. Our football team pulled out another win to give us a 4-0 winning streak! Way to go Bucs! There was an incredible turnout at the game and tons of school spirit! The Not For Sale Academy has come and gone but it was a great success. I want to thank each of you personally who attended for making it a great event for Whitworth University and the greater community.

This past week ASWU did not have its regular meeting in the chambers. We ventured out to be with all of you in order to spend quality time together! During this quality time we asked students a total of four questions to get a vibe of the campus. It is important to this year’s team that you all to know that we are for you. We care about your opinions and are passionate about serving the majority of this institution, which is the student body. We love the creativity each of you have to make this such an incredible university and ASWU wants to continually know how we can serve you all the best. Please send me an e-mail or let me know personally if there is anything you would like to see happen this year.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Recreation center happened this past Friday. Sorry to the seniors that we won’t get to experience this great new facility. However, so many other classes will enjoy all of the amazing features this new building will have!

This next week make sure to stop in for our meeting at 5 p.m. It will be held in the Hub Multi-Purpose room and Brian Benzel, vice president of finance and administration, will be coming to speak with us. Grant Cassidy will also be speaking with us on a new minor the university is thinking of implementing. If you would like your voice to be heard then we will see you on Wednesday!

I look forward to another great week with all of you and am eager to see what will unfold for us all this week! Rest assured knowing that ASWU is working hard for you. I will see you all on campus!

Live Bold. Be Fierce.

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