Students should be on the lookout this summer and over the next year for developments on these three stories.
Ed Martin, the deputy chief information officer in the Division of Information Technology, said the center would close to focus more on mobile support.
Student organizations in the School of Nursing were eligible to collect funding from the SA for years, even though the school’s students were not paying the fee that sustains the SA’s budget.
SA President Peak Sen Chua added two new Greek life positions to his cabinet next academic year to tackle campus-wide issues.
Two days after the SA shot down a contentious pro-Palestinian divestment resolution, student leaders say they are prepared to continue the conversation on campus.
The Student Association passed a bill Monday night to show support for senior and sexual assault survivor Aniqa Raihan, who launched a petition last month to expel her assailant from the University.
The Student Association Senate narrowly rejected a resolution Monday night demanding that the University divest from 10 companies that supporters said were tied to human rights violations against Palestinians.
Supporters and opponents of a Student Association divestment resolution are rallying support as the senate prepares to vote on Monday.
Students named in the complaints that disqualified former Student Association candidate Lande Watson are demanding an apology from the University.
The Student Association Senate-elect confirmed eight of SA President-elect Peak Sen Chua’s nine executive cabinet picks Wednesday night.