Dr. Laurel Kennedy visited this week’s DCGA meeting on Nov. 5, and gave a presentation on an evaluation method for the Student Devlopment based on evaluation of certain student programs.

PR chair Emily Shultz presented further on the new Student Speak resolution, which allows up to three students to walk in and present for up to five minutes on any topic they choose. The resolution has not yet been used, she said, because students are not aware of it.

According to finance chair Kiara Sims, the deadline for Reserve Fund proposals has been postponed to Dec. 2, after the Thanksgiving break, to allow students to conduct research for proposals. The Senate will deliberate on these through January, and pass on up to five approved proposals to the administration in February.