The confirmation came following the resignation of former chair Jessica Dennis over winter break.
The letter includes signatures from leaders of all of Missouri’s public universities.
“I’m less worried about projects with this committee and more worried about taking student issues to the people that can help us solve them,” MSA senator Tim Davis said.
Senior Tutin places value in forming close relationships and advocating for worthy causes.
The election came after Hunter Windholz resigned on Monday.
The change was proposed last year but was withdrawn due to disagreement within Senate.
Ryan Alsop, Campus Safety Committee representative: “The thing is that administration, they want our voice. They want to have students in on these conversations because that’s why these universities are here.”
“We’re really trying to branch out with the other organizations that are working hard and have been doing that for years, long before we even came to Columbia,” MSA senator Dylan Cain said.
“Last year we trimmed most of the fat off of the budget, and that left us with the skeleton of the MSA budget. We came up on this year and, lo and behold, we had another small freshman class and there isn’t much fat to trim anymore.”
MSA is hopeful that the increased access to free water will help boost attendance at games.
Complaints about the elimination of student charge stemmed the recommendation that the committee be formed.
A report outlining specific areas will be sent to various MU offices that would be in charge of addressing hazards.
According to a new Senate bill, “the need for a Senate Communications Director has become necessary due to the expansive growth of social media.”
Schafer: “I’m a firm believer that your biggest loss is the start of your comeback story, so I'm looking forward to writing my comeback story."
Senator Chris Vas: “More guns, more violence, and I agree with that, however I reject the idea that students are not mature enough to carry firearms.”
Senator Chris Vas: “If I stand across the street [from the university], I have unalienable rights to own a firearm, but if I step on this side of a street, all of a sudden my unalienable rights are gone.”
Vice President Payton Englert: “One of the first orders of business is getting a new couch so we can continue coffee talk.”
Twelve students submitted anonymous depositions to the committee regarding the candidate, Leslie Parker.
Budget Chairman Jack Blevins: “It’s a lot more focused to what students want.”
MSA Senator Sterling Waldman: “Not having people’s preferred name on an ID is a safety hazard. Being misgendered is a painful experience.”