The Annual Ivy Policy Conference was held at Brown University the weekend of October 21st through 23rd. This year, 102 delegates, both student government and non-student government, attended the conference. Whereas last year the Policy Conference divided students up by their affiliations on campus and had those groups talk about what publications or cultural groups are like on campus, this year we decided to mix things up a little. Discussions were based on topics that that any delegate could talk about. This format seemed to be very effective at engaging students. It brought more diverse voices to bear on issues those students at each of the eight Ivy League schools deal with.
I’ve included the actual precept notes, summarizing the highlights from each of the different precepts, which may be read here.
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VP of Policy, Ivy Council