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Jayhawk Nation,

Happy summer! I hope that students and administration alike are utilizing the summer months to rejuvenate and prepare for the upcoming school year. Campus is abuzz with daily New Student Orientations and all sorts of campus renovation projects. I’m looking forward to everyone returning to campus in the fall to see the transformation that’s occurred over the past couple of months!

The Student Senate Executive Staff is in the office all summer working on our plans for the upcoming year. Daily, we have students coming into our office asking how they can get involved in Senate and other student organizations – very rewarding and reassuring to know that we have such a dedicated student body.

We’re excited to begin the implementation of our projects and work with other student organizations to maximize the student experience here at KU.

Please feel free to stop by the Senate offices with any comments, questions, or concerns! We’d love to hear from you.

Rock Chalk,

Morgan Said

Student Body President

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The biggest of welcomes to all of the Jayhawks, new and returning, moving in today! It is so great to see all of you coming back to campus! We at Student Senate have been working diligently this summer to make KU the best it can be for its students by making progress on our platforms and fighting for students' rights at KU, and will continue to do so throughout the school year. Stop by our tables during HawkWeek, UnionFest, and Super Service Saturday to find out what we've been up to and tell us what Student Senate can do for you! Welcome back and Rock Chalk!
The biggest of welcomes to all the Jayhawks moving in today! We've been working hard this summer and are so excited to get the year rolling!

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