It was an exciting beginning of the new month for the City West Campus Representatives-both Ryan and I, as we arranged the first ever student catch-up on the last day of March. I was eager to spend the month of April and rest of the term based on all the feedback we get from the catch-up. Those of you who couldn’t make it on our first catch-up, I am sure we will see you at the next one at the end of this month. This is your opportunity to shape your experience on your own campus.
March 30, 2017:
Student catch-up was held at the student lounge. We are expecting a lot more interaction with all of you in the next one.
The month of March was eventful and full of several activities as always directed towards achieving the objectives for the board. I am also excited as this would be the first month when me and Ryan (the City West reps) would meet and talk to all of you directly about any concerns you have. The date is fixed now for the first ‘Student Catch-up’ and it is on March 30, 2017 from 1:00-2:00 PM at the student lounge. I ended February with a formal inquiry and the month of March again started with board meeting during which some important decisions were taken.
Exciting and joyous, that’s how I want to tag the month of February this year after meeting all of you, the enthusiastic bunch of people during the O-week. Once again, welcome to all the new students to the University. All of us (both new and continuing students) would surely have an educative and fun experience at our second home from now on, the City West Campus.
The month of February:
The month of February was eventful and all the reps along with USASA staffs, were busy to make the O-week experience the best for all of you. For me and the new board, the month started with the board meeting where few new decisions were made. Continue reading
Hello everyone, here is your City West Rep for the year 2017, Monamee Ishika. I am currently doing my Masters in Integrated Supply Chain Management and really excited to start working towards assisting all of you to have a better campus life.