The Residence Halls Association addressed events and laundry problems during its Congress on March 31.
RHA Residential Living Committee chairman Alec Ritter said students have complained about the laundry machines in the residence halls.
The organization surveyed students during the presidential election, and a bill regarding laundry satisfaction will be presented next congress.
The Advocacy Committee is planning on hosting events for residence hall residents during Anti-Bullying Week, which is the first week of May.
Events may not be hosted in every residence hall but all residence halls will be affected, Advocacy chairman Jordan McFarland said.
RHA Speaker of Congress Lane Adams made the announcement that next congress will also be the election of the next speaker. All individuals interested in applying should be prepared.
The elected speaker will shadow Adams during the second to last congressional session of the semester and will begin to fully take over the position on the last session.
The current budget is $1,442, Financial Coordinator Steven Chaffin said.