The University Judiciary Committee officially welcomed its new executive members and heard remarks from graduating executive members in an official change to new leadership on Sunday.
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Yesterday, the University Judiciary Committee elected its next Chair and Vice Chairs. The incoming voting members discussed future goals for the University Judiciary Committee.
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The University Judiciary Committee met for the first time Sunday following the elections to discuss proposed bylaws changes and election results.
All University Judiciary Committee referenda up for consideration in this year’s University elections passed. In addition, a new set of Representatives were elected (View Full UBE Election Results).
The University Judiciary Committee met Sunday to discuss initiatives to widen possible sanctions and impending referenda.
Students will have the opportunity in the upcoming University-wide elections to vote on four amendments proposed by the University Judiciary Committee. Proposed amendments seek to update language, clarify ambiguities in UJC constitution.
The University Judicial Council may have several constitutional amendments on the ballot in the next University election.
First-year College students Sam Powers and Emma Westerhof, the newly selected chair and vice chair of the First Year Judiciary Committee, will begin their duties next week, as the First Year Judiciary Committee begins its first round of trials.
With a theme of “Hold Yourself to a Higher Standard” (a play on the 12 Standards of Conduct), the UJC’s Awareness Week helped students understand that the UJC is a resource for the University community.
At it’s most recent general body meeting, the UJC discussed hazing at the University and the upcoming UJC Awareness Week.
The University Judiciary Committee discussed UJC Awareness Week during their meeting on Sunday. Additionally, the Committee covered the role that each support officer is to play in trial.
In general body this week, the University Judiciary Committee welcomed 42 new members.
The University Judiciary Committee reflected on the history surrounding the formation of the Committee in their latest general body meeting.
The University Judiciary Committee had its first general body meeting for the 2016-2017 academic year Sunday.