Thank you, Professor Reed. My only remark today is to answer Senator Van’ Gulick’s question from the Jan. 24 meeting. To remind folks, he asked about reseating the JMA Wireless Dome this summer, which will make it much more accessible…
Student Association Leadership to Speak for Hendricks Chapel Conversation Series
Justine Hastings and Ryan Golden, president and vice president, respectively, of Syracuse University’s Student Association (SA), are the next guests for “Matters that Matter: A Conversation Series from Hendricks Chapel.”
Hastings and Golden will join Hendricks Chapel Dean Brian Konkol for a virtual conversation on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m. ET. They will discuss the mental health needs of college students as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Hastings ’21 and Golden ’21 are the elected leaders of the Student Association’s 64th legislative session, which spans the 2020-21 academic year. Hastings, a secondary English education and English and textual studies dual major, is a longtime campus leader who recently earned the Unsung Hero Award at the University’s 35th Annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in January. Golden, who majors in policy studies, political science and religion, has served in SA for several semesters and in the University Senate, as well.
Mental Health Awareness Week is a nationwide initiative led by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). This year, it will take place from Oct. 5-9, and Student Association has developed daily programming to inform students about dispelling stigmas, available resources and health habits. Learn more on the Mental Health Awareness Week website.
This will be the 16th installment of “Matters that Matter: A Conversation Series from Hendricks Chapel,” a virtual series hosted by Hendricks Chapel that brings local and national thought leaders together in conversation to discuss critical matters facing society. Learn more at hendricks.syr.edu.
For more information, email Hendricks Chapel at firstname.lastname@example.org.