The 61st College Council (CC) welcomed students to discuss and question University-wide changes in their end-of-the-year town hall, CC’s first town hall since the establishment of their new legislative body in early April.
Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences Robin Forman, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education Joanne Brzinski, Assistant Vice President and Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Wanda Collins and Director of the Dobbs University Center (DUC) Ben Perlman updated students on what they are working on and answered student questions about their projects. The event took place Monday evening at Eagle’s Landing.
“The town hall is a way for admin to tell students what’s going on at the same time for students who are really passionate and really have questions,” said College junior and CC President Molly Zhu, who opened the forum and introduced the speakers. “It’s a great way for them to get their questions answered.”
Most of the questions discussed plans regarding the future Campus Life Center (CLC), which is planned to replace the DUC by summer 2018.