Recently, the Graduate Student Association has come under scrutiny for discriminatory funding of student groups on campus. When asked about barring funding to groups that support divestment from companies violating Palestinian rights, GSA President Milan Chatterjee stated that the GSA had voted on a policy of neutrality with respect to Israel-Palestine issues. Although this is not a justification for denying groups funding (an issue addressed in our comprehensive blog post about the issue) it has raised serious questions about the lack of transparency about the GSA's policies and proceedings. Chatterjee stated to the Daily Bruin that the GSA voted on a policy of neutrality on October 26, but the date that he told a student group that he would not provide it funding if it endorsed divestment was October 16. This inconsistency has prompted students to request documentation of the policy in question and the vote or meeting that it came from. As seen from the exchange below, when asked to provide documentation of the vote or policy, Chatterjee refused.