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Meet senators at event, get VIP pass for concert

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November 7, 2013

Student Senate is having a massive event that we are looking for all of you to attend. On Nov. 15, we are hosting a Meet the Senators event in the Ann Lydecker Center, which is connected to Ames Suites.

This event not only will be catered by local businesses, it will also give you an exciting opportunity to attend another event put in on by Student Life. Upon attending the Meet the Senate event, students will be given a pass for preferential seating at the Phillip Phillips concert, and, as an added bonus, there will be buses that will drive students directly to the concert.

There will be prizes given out as well. These prizes will range from simple lanyards to a meet and greet with Phillips himself. So please stop on by and meet your senators, eat great food and get the best seats to see the concert of the year.

As a Senate, we would like to thank all of you who have taken the time to come into our offices and talk to us about issues facing students on campus. We believe that it helps us better represent the student body and to us that is why we are on senate. So we encourage people who have issues or who have problems with things in the university to stop by the offices and talk to us.

We have a giant white sign with green letters that says “A Senator Is In” when we are inside the office. We also would like to invite you to our meetings as well. Before we get into the basic parts of the agenda, we have an open forum session in which students can talk to the entire body. In addition, if there are issues that students have on any motion on the agenda they are welcome to speak to us on the issue. Please stop on by, we hope to see you all at our next meeting on Nov. 12.

We all hope to see you at Meet the Senate and please do stop by, we are friendly people, I promise.

Nick Vanden Heuvel is a double major in political science and international studies who does school work by day and fights white collar crime by night.