“Student voice is critical,” Dr. Chetan Joshi said.
It'll take place starting February 22, and it's aimed at informing students about eating disorders and teaching them how to talk about them with loved ones.
They hope the data will influence city decisions.
They will now meet with the registrar’s office to push for the bill to become university policy.
Student advocates have also garnered support from elected officials and hired a legal team.
UMD instead extended the deadline for students to withdraw from a class by three weeks.
The event's panelists discussed coping mechanisms and ways to talk about eating disorders with loved ones.
Students elected Kane Zambelli as chief financial officer in April.
The roadmap includes plans to help establish “new and more concrete” gun procedures and guidelines for police officers on the campus.
Laffin will be assuming the office of current GSG President Annie Rappeport.