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WCSA passes bagel reform

Daniel Sweet April 15, 2015 News No Comments on WCSA passes bagel reform
WCSA crest. Photo courtesy of the owu website.

WCSA crest. Photo courtesy of the owu website.

While students enjoyed beautiful spring sunshine on the Jay, the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs (WCSA) met indoors for their April 13 full senate meeting – and for ice cream.

Several official matters were discussed before the frozen dessert arrived.

A survey measuring student preference for off-campus meal point restaurants was announced. It will be circulated tomorrow.

The academic policy committee is still working on extending library hours.

The administrative policy committee is set to review WCSA’s governing documents later this week in an attempt to make the meeting process more efficient.

Finally, a plan to reduce the size of bagels in the Hamilton Williams Campus Center Bakery is underway. Some bagels are too large for the slicers, according to senators; the slicers are also too dull.

Dean of Students Kimberlie Goldsberry entered the room just in time for her advisor’s report, with ice cream in tow.

WCSA recessed for five minutes to distribute the surprise treat, though junior Emma Drongowski, vice president of WCSA, asked senators to fill out comments cards during the break.

“There you go, efficiency,” she said.

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