SA Senators discuss amendments

Jared Clark

Jared Clark

Students Association Senators made the first reading of three new amendments at their weekly meeting Monday, January 27.

The most heated discussion revolved around an amendment designed to eliminate the conflict of interest that occurs when a campus club executive holds an executive position on the SA.

The wording of the amendment prohibits an SA executive from serving an executive administration position of any club or organization that receives funding from SA.

Senator Emily Hauge expressed concern that the amendment was unnecessary.

“This is a democratic body. There are check and balances,” she said.

Vice President Ben Solomon said he felt the amendment was necessary to eliminate a potential conflict of interest in the future.