A Student Association committee is gathering signatures to be able to file impeachment charges against SA President Howard Brookins.
Dozens of student leaders, including the majority of the senate, are pressing Brookins to resign amid sexual misconduct claims.
SA Executive Vice President Brandon Hill, three cabinet members and 10 other student leaders are calling on SA President Howard Brookins to resign.
The Student Court released a general order last week to amend a few of its governing bylaws and appoint Judge Yun-Da Tsai as deputy chief judge.
Two SA cabinet members wrote in an email that SA President Howard Brookins’ “conduct and demeanor” have limited the progress of the organization.
SA senators approved recommendations for officials to increase social activities and academic support for the freshman class at its first meeting of the spring.
Senators voted to allow write-in candidates to submit information for voters’ consideration in the event of a runoff election.
The driving force behind much change at the University over the past decade has been student advocacy, often initiated by the Student Association.
SA senators voted to make several short-term changes to the election process like cutting in half the number of signatures required for each candidate to run.
The Student Court unanimously voted to rid the Student Association Senate of all first-year seats of any degree level starting with the 2021-22 academic year.