Despite confusion about the use of the carry-over fund, senators are pleased with the budget.
Projects for next year include launching the reusable mug initiative and increasing awareness.
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 […]
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Undergraduate Student Government officials have been pushing to improve wireless access because of students’ complaints and requests.
Proposal would allow students to install panic button technology on any cell phone.
Site aims to inform students of events on campus.
The on campus congestion situation needs to be addressed swiftly for the safety of pedestrians.
The presidential ticket has proposed town hall meetings that they hope will be attended by university leaders.
Though neither has held a position with USG, the two feel they will be effective leaders.