Each year, the Student Government Association crafts a list of Maryland General Assembly legislation to lobby for focusing on issues important to students.
Student attendees made self-care baskets, filling them with lotions, face masks, condoms and more.
Students who win the competition can receive from $250,000 to $2 million in funding for their venture.
The Student Government Association passed an initiative funding an event to raise awareness about consent and healthy relationships.
In a panel about election-related communication, discussions about youth involvement prevailed.
In the meeting that lasted more than six hours, the SGA passed bills regarding bus shelters, student fees, off-campus housing and class availability.
The requirements will apply to students entering the university beginning in fall 2024 and will not affect students currently attending the university.
The event included opportunities for students to recount their personal experiences with birth control and birth control resources for students to take home.
The SGA will compile issues noted during the safety walk into an audit.