Student concerns forum to be held tonight

Students can discuss issues with University administration tonight at the Minnesota Student Association’s second annual Student Concern Forum.

Students can discuss issues with University administration tonight at the Minnesota Student AssociationâÄôs second annual Student Concern Forum. Five administrators from various departments will be at the open meeting to respond to studentsâÄô questions and concerns, including Associate Athletics Director Phil Esten, University police Chief Greg Hestness, Director of Housing and Residential Life Laurie McLaughlin, Director of University of Minnesota Bookstores Bob Crabb and Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education Robert McMaster. MSA Academics and Services Chairman Brendan OâÄôShea coordinated the event. âÄúThe idea behind the Student Concern Forum is to offer regular students an opportunity to have a face-to-face discussion with University of Minnesota administrators,âÄù OâÄôShea said. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the PresidentâÄôs Room in Coffman Union.