The Associated Students of the University of Arizona senate announced a new Family Weekend director on Wednesday.
The senate unanimously voted Courtney Kramer in as new director for Family Weekend. Kramer will plan the events for Family Weekend in fall 2013, according to Krystina Nguyen, executive vice president of ASUA.
The Senators also discussed a few projects in the works.
Sen. Taylor Ashton has been working on a “syllabus preview” that would allow students to see a class’ syllabi before registering. He said his goal is to have a pilot program where the additional course information will be available for general education and entry level classes before potentially making it campus wide.
Sen. Jake Barman has been working with the Greek community on campus on a project called Greeks Go Green. Twelve fraternities and sororities are participating in the project which seeks to build sustainability by composting and recycling.
The ASUA Senate meets every Wednesday in the Ventana room of the Student Union Memorial Center. ASUA also broadcasts its meetings: http://asua.arizona.edu/ASUASite/senate.html.