The Student Government Association unanimously approved two commissioners and an executive secretary at their first Tuesday meeting of the year.
The appointments, including Jay Liu as International Student Commissioner, Julia Stanton as Executive Secretary, and Ann Zhang as Spiritual Commissioner, come as half of the elected positions are vacant—12 out of 25 available spots.
“If anyone is interested in joining the treasury team or possibly serving as the vice treasurer, shoot me an email or talk to Raz, or there is an application form on EmConnect,” said Executive Treasurer Abby Semple.
During the meeting, senators and class council representatives discussed ways to establish better relationships with faculty and organize impactful events for students.
A Nov. 14 event co-sponsored by class council and fraternity and sorority life aims to inform students about sexual assault through a one-woman production and a discussion following the performance.
Talia Aiges, marketing communications senator, said she hopes to offer more opportunities for students and online skill-building programs in areas such as Adobe and Indesign.
“Our goal for this semester is to let School of Communication people know more about career-boosting events in Boston to help them get their resume built before graduation,” Aiges said.