Student Governments hosts open house

Student Government members pose for a photo Thursday while holding a open house for the Mason community. (Reuben Jones) 

Members of George Mason University’s Student Government sponsored an open house last week for anyone interested in speaking with an elected representative or for students looking to get information about the organization.

“We want to be accessible to all students,” said Ally Bowers, the speaker for the 31st student senate.

Turnout was scarce for the first time event, but according to sophomore Tommy Lee, a student senator and Conflict Analysis and Resolution Management major, student government always has an open door policy.

Lee is looking forward to this year because he sees a “really good leadership team.” Lee describes them as one that works together with other members and is all about teamwork.

Bowers also expressed her excitement for the coming year especially about the organizations change of location.

Starting next semester student government will be located in the renovated portion of Student Union Building II. According to Bowers, the current space is constrained and the members are looking forward to a larger space with glass walls.

This is part of a renovation that will move most of student organizations into SUB II along with the installment of a burger restaurant. The project is expected to be finished by December.

Students interested in getting involved with student government are encouraged to stop by the organizations office in the Johnson Center room 133.

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