Students voted in the first round of Student Union elections on Friday, Sept. 10.
The Student Union reviewed its constitution after a three-year period and voted on 33 proposed amendments.
The Senate finished the semester with a vote to approve the chartering of two new clubs and a discussion on a proposed student leader payment program.
The bylaw amendments consider candidate endorsements, office hours, attendance and campaigns.
Senators asked administrators questions about mental health services, anti-racism efforts, campus dining and more.
The Student Union declared five bylaw amendments and confirmed the $53,000 budget for fiscal year 2022.
Students were elected to serve on the Student Union for the upcoming academic year.
Seven students running for election to the Student Union for next semester have announced their candidacies.
After a two-week break from meetings, the Student Union met before upcoming elections on April 7.
The Brandeis Undergraduate Consulting Club presented reasons why it should be recognized as a club.