The executive committee has issued the following report for the September 19, 2023 Assembly Meeting:
Programs and Events:
Earth Fest - Thursday, September 21st from 10:00am-2:00pm
Taking place on the diag, CSG will have a table to hand out counter composters, CSG resources, and will be facilitating a food footprint activity.
Harvest Festival - Sunday, September 24th from 1:00-4:00pm
Located at the Matthei Botanical Gardens, CSG will have a table to hand out counter composters, CSG resources, and will be facilitating a food footprint activity.
Calculator and iclicker donation bins are in the works! More details to come next week!
Maize & Blue Cupboard Awareness events - Wednesday, September 20 from 3:30-5:30pm & Friday, September 22 from 2:00-4:00pm
CSG will partner with MDining and MBC to help raise awareness of resources available on campus
CSG will partner with Fraternity & Sorority Life to help provide hydration stations for home football games.
Diversifood - Sunday, October 8
This will take place on Sunday, October 8th from 3:00-6:00 PM on the Diag. The event will feature various identity-based student organizations highlighting their favorite foods from their culture, and will also include student performances on stage.
Take Your Professor to Lunch Program
More details soon!
Policy Director Gwen Tatara is conducting research on various topics, including Wi-Fi at the Big House, off-campus housing affordability, as well as test prep programs.
Policy Advisor on DEIJ Nneka Obiekwu is connecting with various student organizations on campus for collaborations on her future programming, as well as to better understand how CSG can help support identity-based student organizations.
SMPSEC chair and policy advisor Lauren Bleyer is working with DPSS and SAPAC to collaborate on an information outreach event, as well as connecting with various related organizations on campus, including WORTH. SMPSEC is also planning an event to provide self-defense training to students, tentatively scheduled for late October.
Policy Advisor on Mental Health and Wellbeing Aditi Vijendra is conducting research on the possibility of a wellbeing equipment check-out program. She has been connecting with Big 10 schools to see how similar programs have been implemented.
Director of Government Relations Akhila Mullapudi has been coordinating civics education initiatives and strategic planning with Democracy and Debate, as well as working on a Dinners for Democracy initiative with Turn Up Turnout (TUT), and community meetings with the Ginsberg Center. She is also helping to facilitate TUT’s Walks to the Polls initiative, which groups student affinity groups together to encourage engagement in the upcoming elections.
Our Programming team is working on Operation Graduation, which offers free new and second-hand graduation gowns to graduating students. This year, our team is working on sustainable packaging!
If you have any questions or would like to meet with the President or Vice President, please contact Chief of Staff to the President Juliette Quenioux (firstname.lastname@example.org).