Ilaria Cobb, Chris Hakim, Nicholas Harterre, Sara Sebba, Molly Willson and Ryan Wong form Students for Students, a slate running for the Student Legal Fund Society (SLFS) Board of Directors.
As a Science Undergraduate Society representative on AMS Council this year, Liu has been busy consulting on an upcoming code change. He wants to bring his experience with society bylaws to the SFLS.
The SLFS was founded in 1998 by an AMS referendum to help support the costs of court cases brought against UBC students.
Illaria Cobb, Chris Hakim, Nicholas Harterre, Sara Sebba, Molly Willson and Ryan Wong of the Students for Students slate have won all six seats of the Student Legal Fund Society (SLFS) board of directors.
At the end of each triennium, the three-year cycle running the Senate, the academic governance body completes a review led by faculty and student senators from two committees.
AMS Student Services manager Ian Stone said the service will keep a database of rental, sublet and roommate wanted postings for student accommodations.
The SLFS controls roughly $750,000, divided between accessible funds and locked-in investments. Harterre said that divestment is one of the board’s priorities, and it will have the opportunity to review its investments in 2021.