McFadden’s confirmation follows Senator Dhindsa’s resignation earlier this quarter
At the ASUCD Senate meeting on Nov. 10, third-year environmental policy analysis and planning major Chase McFadden was confirmed as an interim senator. McFadden is replacing former senator Puneet Dhindsa, who resigned in early October.
“This appointment represents a unique opportunity to intimately familiarize myself with ASUCD operations and begin to understand some of the larger issues impacting this campus community,” McFadden said via e-mail. “I plan to work with the Environmental Policy and Planning Commission (EPPC) chair to re-establish that commission’s place in the legislative process and define its goals for the rest of the year.”
Because the newly elected senators will begin their terms at the start of Winter Quarter, McFadden will only serve as senator until the end of this quarter.
Written by: Alyssa Vandenberg — email@example.com