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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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Two new DASB senators appointed

The DASB senate promoted two senate interns, Nupur Mehta and Jason Tran, to full senator positions at its meeting on March 13.

Intern Nazgol Adeli had also applied.

The new senators are filling positions of senators who resigned.

Mehta clinched a seat with a presentation on how to generate more revenue for the DASB proposing to let companies advertise on campus or have students take surveys and sell the data to companies.

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Senators took longer deciding between Adeli and Tran.

Many senators said Adeli always gave 120 percent whenever she was asked to complete any task.

But senators agreed that Tran was also a hard worker because he volunteered for a campus clean up on March 13 and actively helped out for more than an hour.

Tran said senators should be more involved in events they host. He said he saw some senators just sit and not do much
during the event.

“There are already enough people whose opinion is just ‘it’s nice,’” said Daniel Kim, chair of environmental sustainability. “The DASB senate needs people who can be honest.”

Senators discussed a new policy or location for the piano in the Hinson Campus Center because many De Anza College students had complained. No one made a motion.

Senators passed a new policy for guests in the DASB senate office.

Tatyana Grinenko, chair of marketing said, the office was so loud she had to go to the library to do senate work.

Guests had left chips, used water bottles and other trash in the office, she said, adding that had to clean the office, which delayed her work.



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