Anna Lubitz is well known on campus. She is President of the Pre-Veterinary Society. She ran for Homecoming queen last year. She was a member of The Spirit of Stony Brook Marching band and sang the National Anthem at sporting events. Her mother works in President Stanley’s office.
In a continuation of the Undergraduate Student Government’s effort to garner feedback from students, USG will hold a series of town hall meetings this year called SB Voice events. The events complement the SB Voice forum launched on the USG website this summer.
Much debate at the Feb. 14 Undergraduate Student Government Senate meeting surrounded appropriations to 10 campus clubs and the financial bylaws that can affect the amount of money clubs receive if they do not meet expectations.
Sophomore biology major Anna Lubitz will be USG’s next president after beating her two opponents, Adil Hussain of the Students United Party and Juan Cordon, who ran as an independent. Lubitz not only garnered more votes than her opponents but also received more than 50 percent of the vote, which is required to avoid a runoff election.
An ad-hoc committee created by the Undergraduate Student Government has come up with a partial solution to the controversy of the National Tournament Grant, which has been found by the senate to be unconstitutional.
More than 60 students, mostly from sports clubs on campus, gathered outside of the Undergraduate Student Government’s Legislative Review Committee’s meeting on March 28 to protest a proposed revision to the Financial Bylaws.