Report on the Board of Regents October Meeting

Starting October 10th 2018, the Board of Regents came to campus for the first of their 3 meetings this year. BORSC deliberated for weeks on what topic to bring before the Regents this fall, and we decided that a co-curricular fair would be a good format to display several important topics. The idea behind the […]

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4/3-4/8 Hallway Display

The first week of April was an exciting time on campus. Everyone was returning from spring break, spring was NOT in the air, and BORSC had a hallway display between Boe Chapel and Buntrock! The purpose of this display was to inform students about the Regents and BORSC’s mission as the liaison between the Regents […]

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3/22 Tabling Event

On Thursday March 22, BORSC held a tabling event to gather student opinions and concerns. The intention of this event was to collect ideas for our May Regents report! Thanks to our DIY trail mix station and robust student interest, we were able to gather a considerable amount of information. Topics included race, GE reform, […]

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Report on the Board of Regents’ February Meeting.

The Board of Regents met for their 2nd out of 3 yearly meetings this past January 31st through February 2nd. The Regents attended committee meetings (academic affairs committee and community life committee to name a couple), and plenaries whose topics ranged from SRAP to the Working Group on Equity and Inclusion’s progress. The Board of […]

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BORSC Christmas Party

BORSC wrapped up the Fall semester with a Christmas party on Monday, December 11. The Committee reflected on the accomplishments of the past semester and looked ahead to planning the February report to the Regents, all while celebrating the season with some festive treats and hot chocolate.

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“Spill the Dirt!” Recap

The Board of Regents Student Committee hosted “Spill the Dirt!” in Crossroads on Monday, December 4. Students had the opportunity to make their own “dirt cups”, a delicious mix of chocolate pudding and fun toppings, in exchange for feedback on what they wish the Board of Regents knew about. There was a great turn out […]

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