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Elections for the University Judiciary Committee were held through Zoom April 25. These elections determined the voting members on the Executive Committee — Chair, Vice Chair for Trials, Vice Chair for First Years, Vice Chair for Sanctions and Vice Chair for Graduate Students.
This week, Student Council released preliminary results of its COVID-19 survey aimed at gathering student feedback on how the University handled COVID-19 adjustments. The survey received 1,386 responses out of the nearly 24,000 undergraduate and graduate students at the University.
The University’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers was scheduled for a public dedication on April 11, but the implications of COVID-19 have led to a great deal of obstacles and uncertainty surrounding its completion. As a result, construction is slated to be completed at the end of April, and the public dedication is postponed indefinitely.
With the number of coronavirus cases in the United States approaching 1,000 on Tuesday, University administrators and faculty are preparing to make potential modifications to mitigate against the risk of exposure to the virus.
The University Board of Elections released results Friday for this year’s University-wide elections. Efforts from UBE, Honor, the University Judiciary Committee, Student Council and candidates campaigning increased overall voter turnout to 20 percent this year, compared to last year’s 18 percent. However, in the election of Student Council president, just 10 percent of students voted. Additionally, referenda from Honor and UJC were both unable to reach the necessary 10 percent of student body participation, despite over 90 percent of voters approving some of the legislation.