Committees Directory

  •  LSS Bylaws s 12 states: The Officers may delegate any, but not all of, their powers to committees as they see fit. A committee formed in the exercise of the powers so delegated must conform to any rules imposed on it by the Officers.  Any questions may be directed to VP Student Affairs at

    • Boring Stuff Task force
    This task force was established to manage any boring stuff that comes up. Membership is limited to second and third year students. Please contact the LSS Executive at for more information. 

    • Bylaw Committee
    This committee was established to periodically review the bylaws of the LSS. The committee is chaired by the Vice President, Student affairs, and all LSS members are encouraged to join. Please contact the Vice President, Student Affairs at if you would like to join this committee.

    • Comprehensive Student Consultation Subcommittee (CSCSc)
    This committee was established to oversee the Comprehensive Student Consultation and reports to the Bylaw Committee. The CSCSc is co-chaired by Ceilidh Stubbs and Christopher VanBerkum, and will wrap up its work at the end of the Spring 2018 semester.

     Gender Inclusivity Consultation & Education Committee
    This committee was established to assist the Faculty, LSS, and OutLaws with ongoing consultations relating to OutLaws' gender inclusivity proposal. Please contact committee chair Kendra Marks at for more information.

    • Radu Popescu Memorial Election Rules Committee
    This committee was struck up in recognition of the great contributions of Radu Popescu as Chief Electoral Officer of the LSS. It is tasked with compiling and maintaining the set of rules under which future Chief Electoral Officers will conduct LSS Elections. The Vice President, Student Affairs is the chair of this committee, and membership is open to all interested students. Please contact the Vice President, Student Affairs at if you would like to join this committee.

    Yearbook Committee

    This committee creates the annual yearbook, and is responsible for curating content and designing the book. The committee may look to the student body for content and the majority of their work takes place in the spring semester. If you are interested in being a committee member or contributing, please contact