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ASUA president gives insight to spring semester

The spring semester should prove to be busy for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona.

Each spring, student government presidents from the Arizona universities help set tuition, acting as student representatives to the Board of Regents. In addition to that, ASUA President Katy Murray told the Daily Wildcat that she has some goals that she would like to complete, such as bringing Spring Fling back to campus.

Murray said the plan is for Spring Fling to return to campus by the fall of 2014 but for now will remain at Rillito Downs. Meetings about Spring Fling will take place later this month and next month as well.

Also in the works this spring is a concert to benefit cancer research that the ASUA and the organization WillPower will be hosting, according to Murray.

Murray said she also hopes to arrange two breakfasts where students will have a chance to sit down and meet President Ann Weaver Hart. Murray is working on creating the breakfast application and said she wants to have the first one in February and the other in April.

In addition, Murray said she plans on streamlining the ASUA website for easier use and navigation.