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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Four printers around campus will be a part of a pilot hold-and-release system, requiring students to swipe their ID cards to complete a print job.



Under the proposed UA governance structure, the UA Senate would be replaced by a UA Council with representatives from dormitories and FSILGs. Under the scheme, dormitory presidents, the presidents of the IFC and Panhel, the LGC speaker, and an off-campus representative would cast votes weighted by the number of undergraduates they represent. The numbers here are approximate and may not reflect the representation seen if the proposed UA constitution is approved. FSILG representation reflects estimated numbers of undergraduates living in — not merely affiliated with — an FSILG. Class year and gender information presented here also reflects the composition of the UA Council were the proposed transition to occur today. An underclassmen-dominated Senate would be replaced by a largely upperclassmen council, and the IFC president would cast the vote with the most weight.



The graphs show the net flux of all requested undergraduate dorm transfers. Net flux is defined as the number of people requesting to move into a dorm minus the number of people requesting to move out of the dorm, normalized by dividing this difference by the capacity of the respective dorm.























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