The Student Court blocked a senator’s motion to dismiss the case outright and set a hearing for Oct. 10 at 2 p.m.
Students said a centralized location for used and online textbooks could alleviate yearly expenses as the SA kickstarts its online textbook exchange program.
SA President Brandon Hill vetoed a bill Thursday that would codify two referenda into the SA’s bylaws if they are approved by the student body.
Yun-Da Tsai, the court’s chief justice, said he filed a preliminary injunction to block an SA elections committee from setting referenda until Sept. 27.
Isabella Sorial resigned from the Student Court Monday after serving as an associate justice, leaving six justices on the bench.
Officials added three off-campus locations to the SafeRide program, expanding late-night transportation options for students.
The senate voted in favor of an option for students to view live class recordings of lectures and discussions instead of attending class in person.
The SA Office of the Legislator General filed a complaint with the Student Court Friday, aiming to prevent first-year seats in the SA Senate.
The SA Senate voted to set a referendum that may bring first-year senators back to the SA through the first fall elections in the SA’s history.
The SBA Senate passed a resolution declaring its support for the improvement of the federal government’s student loan forgiveness program Tuesday.