While class-related measures such as extended drop dates and both in-person and online options are at the forefront of Pandya’s efforts, he also wants to put a heavy emphasis on campus related measures to ensure people are allowed a safe environment to live in.
Vice President for Student Allocations for ASMSU Harsna Chahal is seeking to continue advocacy for this cause by advocating for similar laws to be passed in the cities of the greater MSU community, such as Lansing and Okemos.
While the service has been running for several years at MSU, ASMSU officials indicate complications from the pandemic have led to complications and difficulties with service operation and campus-wide awareness.
When finished, the bill will call for installations across the MSU campus; such as guard rails, improved lighting, camera systems and personal flotation devices to improve the safety of pedestrians across the campus.
The election, held in December 2021, was announced in November when the position became vacant following the former VPGA Matt Apostle’s resignation.