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Alex Marques took a red piece of chalk and bent down to write "tabling registration easier" on a chalkboard to help generate ideas for the upcoming UF Student Government Fall Elections.
The decision to either give students living in Infinity Hall a UF student senator or group them in District A was a heated topic at Tuesday night’s UF Student Senate meeting.
Brace yourselves: Fall 2015 UF Student Government elections are here.
Dear UF Students,
The final day of qualifying and slating, where students chose to run with a Student Government political party, had the highest turnout.
The shortest day for students to choose which political party to run with turned out to have the largest number of candidates Friday.
The second day of slating and qualifying saw a slight increase of students running, or slating, with either Access Party or Impact Party.
While some students who walked into the Reitz Union knew which Student Government Party they were going to run, or slate, with in the Fall 2015 elections, Anneke Wenzel remained uncertain.
Students interested in running as a UF student senator can go to the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom in rooms A and E today for Fall 2015 elections.
Guest Column: Access Party calls on students to join party in Fall 2015 Student Government elections
My name is Kalyani Hawaldar, and I am your Access Party President. The beginning of September means the start of football season, but it also means the beginning of another Student Government election cycle.
When Nicholas Carrè took office as UF Student Body treasurer, he sought to make Student Government’s finances available to students.
A new party has emerged with promises to overcome gridlock in the Student Senate chambers.
Santa Fe College Student Senate kicked off its first meeting of the Fall semester Wednesday afternoon with new senators and an update to the leadership team.
All was calm in the senate chambers until UF Student Body President Joselin Padron-Rasines decided to use her executive power to veto two sets of code revisions.
After more than three months between nomination hearings, UF Student Government now has its entire Executive Branch agency heads approved.
Starting with the Spring 2016 Student Government election cycle, qualifying candidates for executive positions from all political parties will be required to participate in a lone SG-sponsored debate.
UF Student Body Treasurer Nicholas Carre likes to compare Student Government to a juicy piece of steak.
The Student Body demanded change in the Spring election.
The UF Student Senate has two meetings remaining this Summer, and while the chamber has had the opportunity to approve budgets and pass more than a dozen resolutions, it has yet to have the chance to approve all of the Executive Branch agency heads.