With the Associated Student Body (ASB) elections right around the corner on March 20, the current ASB members have been working on fine-tuning job descriptions in preparation. This week ASB voted to approve multiple proposals including updates to the ASB Constitution as well as additions to the responsibilities of certain elected positions.
“We [added] certain jobs for the Vice President, specifically things about planning goals and running the class,” Senior Class President David Foster said. “For the Senior Class President, we clarified the role in running alumni events and added the Senior Class President as one of the members in charge of running elections.”
In addition, ASB proposed amendments to its current Constitution. Although no major changes to the Constitution have been made, there has been debate revolving around term limits and the role of Executive Officers. ASB plans to continue voting and discussing different aspects of the Constitution.
“[The discussions] will include adding a new ASB position, and potentially edit the site council position,” Junior Class President Zoe Silver said. “One of the new things that we have just decided to add to the Constitution is for each ASB administration to look through the ASB Constitution and amend anything that they would like every single year.”