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December 6, 2012

MADISON, WI — The Associated Students of Madison Student Council heard the resolution for an end of the year collaborative event that exemplifies the values of the ASM Campus Safety campaign, and will involve a campus wide collaboration to provide a fun event for student body. A large-­‐scale concert and festival event is in the planning stages by the Wisconsin Union and ASM, and information on the event itself will be released as it gets closer.

Chancellor David Ward, Dean of Students Lori Berquam, Vice Chancellor Vince Sweeney, Chief of UWPD Susan Riesling, and numerous officials have all expressed support for this event. The student led event is a culmination of student efforts. This is an opportunity to enhance relations between multiple campus stakeholders on a powerful campus initiative, which would make UW-­‐Madison a safe vibrant community.

ASM Chair Bulovsky wrote the legislation for the event in an effort to allow for the student body to have an opportunity to celebrate May 4th in a safe and university supported atmosphere. After careful consideration and discussion of the ideals of ASM, serving the student body was expressed as the initial mission of this event, and ASM endorsed it.

ASM Chair Andrew Bulovsky stated, “I am very pleased to be able to offer this opportunity for students put forth by other students. ASM will be able to better serve the student body by endorsing an event as exciting as we know this will be. This directly serves the student body, and we can be proud of the decision we made today.”

Inquiries should be directed to Andrew Bulovsky at 608-­‐669-­‐8118.

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