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CHaSS Council Needs You

Thursday, Mar. 21, 2013

graphic illustration for 2013 CHaSS week at USU

Students who study in Utah State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences have the opportunity to apply for membership positions on the CHaSS Council, an organization that is actively involved in improving the quality of life for the approximate 2,000 students in the college. Members of the council help plan and execute student government projects, media and fundraising initiatives, events and organize CHaSS Week (coming up April 1-6 this year).


Matthew Anderson, the newly-elected CHaSS senator for 2013-14, is looking for students to help make these opportunities possible. Those interested should pick up applications for next year’s CHaSS Council in the Dean’s Office of Old Main, Room 340 or the CHaSS Senator’s Office in TSC, Room 327. Applications can also be downloaded from the college website. Applications are due by 3 p.m. March 27.


(See more information in next week’s Utah State Today about CHaSS Week, April 1-6)

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