Student Council Hosts Inaugural Cabinet Meeting
Representatives from more than 30 co-curricular organizations across the campus attended the inaugural meeting of the newly-formed Student Council Cabinet on Friday, Nov. 8, in St. Ignatius Hall. The Cabinet aims to increase communication and collaboration among clubs and organizations by advancing three goals — co-curricular unity, student diversity, and service. The creation of the Cabinet stemmed from an idea born in St. Francis Borgia Leadership Institute Workshop, held just four months ago in the same room.
With the help of Student Activities Director Matt Orillion ’98, Student Council Executive Aide Reuben Hogan kicked off the meeting by introducing the goals of the organization and explaining how the Cabinet relates to Student Council, and ultimately, the entire student body. From there, Hogan opened the floor to plans and ideas from Cabinet members.
The Cabinet plans to meet regularly to continue to plan and create events and ways to meet Jesuit’s ideals of Men of Faith, Men for Others and AMDG through continued collaboration.