UMW News BureauThere are ASUMW suggestion boxes around campus. Suggestions will be discussed at the next student senate meeting. There are several ASUMW (Associated Students of the University of Montana Western) suggestion boxes around campus this month. ASUMW wants to hear what students need and want from their student senators. If you have a suggestion, drop it in one of the boxes and ASUMW will read and discuss your thoughts at their next senate meeting. ASUMW meets every Monday night at 6 p.m. in the student senate room of the SUB. All meetings are open to the public. Students are encouraged to attend to gain a better understanding of what ASUMW does. Attending the ASUMW meeting is the best way to express views and opinions about the campus.
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