from the editors
Chris Cheng, the new president of the Undergraduate Student Government, was sworn in by Max Heffesse, an outgoing member of USG’s judicial council, during Tuesday night’s Senate meeting. The outgoing administration, led by President Holden Slusher and Vice President Ashlie Chan, held its final Senate meeting Tuesday and then turned the floor over to the […]
Nikias will assume the post Aug. 3, 2010.
If elected, the two candidates plan to help facilitate communication among USC’s various student organizations.
Panhellenic hopes the new leadership will continue focusing on service, safety.
Deans say President Sample’s willingness to take time and listen was as important as his vision.
Now that the excitement of the election has subsided, student involvement is paramount.
Tennessee is one of several states to follow a dangerous trend in the United States.