Returning as the vice president, Joshua Brands is continuing with his normal duties in the Inter-Club Council (ICC).
Much like his running mate Benaiah Cheevers, Brands desires a large student presence during campus events and activities.
One of the changes that Brands has overseen was the revision of the ICC clubs’ manual. He expects an overhauled clubs manual to be put into service for the next semester.
Alongside changes to the clubs’ manual, requirements for founding a club are being decreased. Brands hopes to see more clubs founded and more students involved in ICC as a result.
Brands said that with his experience from this semester he sees the possibility for more responsibilities and duties for the vice president position.
“In the past, the vice president has primarily been in charge of ICC, and that’s been his primary duty,” Brands said. “Now that I feel like I have more of a handle on running ICC, I feel like there’s more things that I can look into or be involved with.”
Brands intends to maintain his position until his intended graduation in Spring 2014.