Construction will likely begin in spring 2022 and the array should be operational by December of that year, with little to no road closures in-between.
Maysa Sitar, who has been part of ASMSU since her freshman year, announced during Thursday’s committee meetings said that since the OOTP is currently all seniors, the next round of OOTP members would have no experience if someone didn’t step down.
International relations related issues did not seem to be as important to student voters this election season as some of the other issues.
Starting in fall 2021, students will be required to live on campus for two years. The requirement was reinstated to help students achieve higher graduation rates.
Art history and visual culture senior Aria Frawley ended the presentation portion of the symposium. Her topic was “From unwanted dick pics to depriving refrigerators.”
“There were other individuals from other organizations on campus who helped us make these connections and we would not be in the position we are now without them,” international relations sophomore Peyton Klochack said. “The way we made these decisions was always democratic and we were open about everything that we did. We made sure to have a debate and that everyone was on the same page before taking any actions.”
Representative Blake Lajiness of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources kicked off the session by asking about the university’s future sustainability model, to which Stanley responded by talking about what the campus is currently doing and opened up about plans for a new solar energy expansion, with the intent on lowering the campus’s dependence on natural gas.
"I'm always nervous about going home just in case I am bringing something home because I don't want to spread it to my family, or anyone in my house," MSU senior Carla Simone said.
Prior to the presentation, dreaMSU Research Officer Raquel Acosta said that Hannah Boyke’s presentation aligns well with the issues that dreaMSU is trying to solve.
Bases will continue to rely on commercial systems, Chief Scientist of the U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center David Gorsich said. To everyone, the key will be to understanding the environment.
Students workshopped a musical within the Department of Theatre called "MEDUSA" after rehearsing, performing and editing completely remotely. The writers from New York assisted with the project as well, interacting with the cast members.
The program, which doesn't affect a student's financial aid, is targeted toward students that were laid off by the Residential and Hospitality Services earlier this fall. Bill 57-30 allocated $33,000 of the ASMSU budget to go toward the creation of this fund. Later, the Office of the Provost pledged $15,000 and each class council pledged $500, bringing the total fund to $50,000.
The 2020 Art History and Visual Culture Undergraduate Symposium will take place as a virtual webinar. Five undergraduate students will present their individual research projects with a common topic of social issues.