USG president, vice president, senators and cabinet members took office Tuesday evening.
USG President Monish Tyagi and Vice President Logan Lachman’s term ends Tuesday.
USG Senate passed its final resolutions of the academic year Tuesday evening.
All events put on by USG and Program Board are funded through a mandatory fee.
Mikey Geragos and Vinnie Prasad will be sworn into office at the beginning of April.
USG officers accomplish more than most students realize; we owe it to ourselves to pick good successors.
The student government plans to push for tram shelters and more campus center hours.
Resolutions are one of the primary ways the Undergraduate Student Government lobbies.
Tyagi and Lachman hope to increase opportunities for USC students to provide more input.
About 20 students applied for the five positions available on the new USG executive board.