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Despite the last-minute nature of the debate, more than 10 members of the student body at large came to join in the open discussion. The debate and vote were tabled until the meeting’s open discussion portion, which allowed SGA members to get the word out to students.
The debate lasted about an hour and was largely one-sided in opposition to Chick-fil-A. The senate took more time debating the wording of the Sense of the Senate than the purpose of it.
“We do hope to move forward in ways to better communicate with the student body,” Dwyer said.
The graduate student government passed a similar resolution Monday morning.
Correction: Due to an editing error, an earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that a Chick-fil-A location was initially proposed by Wankel.
Below is the full text of the SGA’s Sense of the Senate:
It is the Sense of the Senate that the undergraduate student body supports Chick-fil-a on the basis of its food alone, but more strongly supports the principle of people over products, and out of respect for the values of the Northeastern community, does not support the addition of Chick-fil-a as an on-campus vendor.
AND FURTHER THAT:Northeastern University Office of Student Affairs should further review current on-campus vendors to ensure that they do not participate in any sort of actions that may harm or discriminate against community members or their values.