Munira Lila elected Vice President for University College Literary and Athletic Society (UCLit)

Munira LilaNew president, VP at UCLit – Eric Schwenger and Munira Lila speak about plans and goals for the year ahead.

On October 17, Eric Schwenger, a third-year ethics, society, and law student was elected president of the University College Literary and Athletic Society (UCLit). Munira Lila, a fifth-year global health and anthropology student, was elected vice-president.

Schwenger pointed out the need to implement transitional processes for both new and returning councils so that they are aware of their responsibilities in the society. “This is especially important this year as [the council] is mostly made up of new members,” said Schwenger.

[…] Lila echoed Schwenger’s stance on transitional processes from year to year. She highlighted the high turnover rate in student politics and the reliance on weak transition methods. “We need to have better accountability mechanisms to ensure that incoming councils are familiarizing themselves with what we do,” Lila stated.

via The University of Toronto’s Student Newspaper Since 1880


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