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Before Student Assembly tackles any issues, it first needs to undergo internal reforms so that it can effectively represent student interests to College administrators. The lack of candidates and poor voter turnout in Friday's elections show just how disenchanted Dartmouth students are with the Assembly. If the Assembly is unable to get the student body to rally behind it, there's little hope that it can successfully take on the administration.Ethan Wang
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed the restriction preventing formerly suspended students from running for student body president or vice president. What eligibility requirements, if any, should there be for elected Student Assembly positions?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed recently announced changes to the College's dining plan options. What would your ideal campus dining system look like?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed proposed cuts to federal funding for Planned Parenthood and other family planning organizations. How would you assess the House of Representatives's vote to eliminate federal family planning funding?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed the sudden resignations of three female minority administrators this term. Are these departures cause for concern, and if so, what should the College's response be?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed why it is important for students to contribute to the dean of the College search process. What is the most effective way for students hoping to affect change in the Dartmouth community to make their voices heard by the administration?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum advocated building physical structures for all sororities as a meaningful step towards improving campus gender relations. Are more female-dominated spaces a feasible way to increase gender parity?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed a proposed bill that would make it illegal for college students from out of state to vote in New Hampshire. Do you believe that college students have the right to vote in the towns where they study?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed one of the College's new health and safety policies for addressing sexual assault. How would you assess the general efficacy of these new prevention and response programs?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum discussed the search for a permanent dean of the College. What criteria should the search committee prioritize in choosing the next dean?
Friday's Verbum discussed persistent race issues at Dartmouth. What can be done to bring more students of different backgrounds together on campus?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum concerned President Jim Yong Kim's discussion of binge drinking and sexual assault at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences meeting. Should professors be involved, or should other issues have been discussed?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum considered the lack of community in residential life. Realistically, what steps would you like to see taken to address this situation?
If these arrests continue, Good Sam can't be salvaged, plain and simple. As long as the Hanover Police is willing to forgo our safety for their misguided crusade without accepting the smallest input from the College, then students will just have to fend for themselves during an emergency.Chris Talamo '11
Friday's Verbum Ultimum addressed the Hanover Police's decision to press charges on a fraternity that placed a Good Samaritan call. Is the policy in jeopardy? What else can be done to protect students from alcohol consumption?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum called upon the administration to take a more active role in combatting sexual assault on campus. Is it their job to affect this change? What new steps, if any, should they take?
Friday's Verbum Ultimum argued that Dartmouth athletics are finally on the upswing again. Are the recent changes enough to rejuvenate sports, and does it matter in the long run?
In "Constant Vigilance," the summer editorial board noted last week that the administration resolved to focus on reductions to administrative spending during the most recent budget reduction process. Do you think the administration has followed through with its commitment to "back of the house" reductions, or have cuts affected students' experience?
In "Mind The Gaps" (July 16), the Summer Editorial Board expressed concern over the College's failure to fill several job vacancies on campus, including the Director of Greek Letter Organizations. How do you think this specific vacancy affects the student body, particularly in its relationship with the administration, if at all?
In "Muddying The Waters," the summer editorial board acknowledged last week that sophomore Summer is a perfect opportunity to strengthen the relationship between the student body and the administration. How do you think the relationship stands now, and what do you think students and administrators can do this summer and in the future to foster this relationship?