Students have until Sunday to vote on a string of amendments to the Bowdoin Student Government (BSG) constitution. For the constitution to pass, at least one-third of the student body must vote in the election, and at least two-thirds of those students must vote in favor of the changes.
Among other changes, the amendments to the constitution would restructure BSG’s assembly, creating a new chair for diversity and inclusion as well as two development positions for first years and sophomores. Assembly members, who approved the new constitution at BSG’s February 21 meeting, hope that the new positions will better facilitate BSG’s work on campus.
BSG representatives tabled in David Saul Smith Union on Monday and Thursday to answer student questions about the constitution.