USG financially stable, looks to FY 2015

The Undergraduate Student Government allocated $6,855 to Registered Student Organizations Tuesday and has nearly $21,000 left to allocate this semester. USG treasurer Cameron Shulak said USG would still have an additional $14,000 in its account if needed. “I ... Continue Reading →

USG passes treasury amendment

  Undergraduate Student Government wrapped up the semester Tuesday night with a new amendment and four new committee chair candidates. After two months of debate, USG passed an amendment to implement a Department of Treasury in place of its present ... Continue Reading →

Student senators continue treasury consideration

The Undergraduate Student Government is one step closer to changing the way student organizations obtain money. For several weeks, the group has been reviewing a 19-page student-funding guideline document submitted by Sen. Adrian Miller to implement a ... Continue Reading →

Undergraduate Student Government considers constitutional amendments

  The University’s Undergraduate Student Government will soon decide on several constitutional amendments. Internal Affairs committee chair Dominique Woodhouse announced her committee is expanding Judicial Branch duties in the Constitution. The ... Continue Reading →

USG moves forward with Herrin proposal

The Undergraduate Student Government continued with an official recommendation to remove Roger Herrin from the university’s Board of Trustees. Senator Adrian Miller said the proposal, which addresses supposed remarks about the university’s need ... Continue Reading →

Students discuss activity fee increase

A proposed student activity fee increase has sparked mixed reactions from the university community. Undergraduate Student Government members supported the $10 fee increase at their Oct. 23 meeting, which would put the fee at $47.70. USG Senate President ... Continue Reading →

USG looks to expand student involvement

Undergraduate Student Government has plans to improve student interaction. The school year’s first USG meeting Tuesday had low senator attendance, but the group made plans to enhance its program through a new communication team. Brittany Greathouse, ... Continue Reading →
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