The Student Association Senate approved two appointees to serve as executive and legislative chiefs of staff next year during a meeting Monday.
A SEAS researcher discovered that a stomach virus can survive and continue to spread despite common sanitation practice.
The senate elected Sen. Cordelia Scales, SEAS-U, as chairperson pro-tempore and filled eight committees at its meeting Monday.
The SA allocated nearly 60 percent more of its funds to student organizations for next fall than compared to fiscal year 2021.
The study found that a recent shortage of Black, Hispanic and Native American graduates could continue to limit workforce diversity across the country.
The Student Court dismissed former SA presidential candidate Hannah Edwards’ request for a runoff election Wednesday.
The SBA Senate swore in new senators for the next academic year in the body’s final meeting of the academic year Tuesday.
Former SA candidate Hannah Edwards filed an injunction with the Student Court Monday, disputing SA election results and requesting a runoff election.
The Nashman Center’s Spring Alternative Breaks program hosted four virtual events focused on educating participants on social issues.
Top SA executive candidates have vowed to achieve many objectives if elected to office, but not all of their proposed initiatives are centered around fact.