UF Accent Speakers Bureau will pay Anita Hill, lawyer and Brandeis University professor, $30,000 in student fees for her virtual event on Thursday, according to the event contract.
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A Student Government party that fell apart in Spring is back with the same leader. Two new parties will appear for the first time on the SG ballot.
Anita Hill, lawyer and Brandeis University professor, will speak to UF Sept. 10 during a virtual event hosted by Accent Speakers Bureau and the Women’s Student Association.
UF Student Government has long been a legal and public relations liability to our university. Some years, our Student Body President gets arrested. Other years, SG drags UF into a lawsuit.
Student Government elections will have early voting for the first time in modern history, but the details of the process remain unclear.
In past semesters, students couldn't walk through Turlington Plaza during Student Government campaign season without being bombarded by SG candidates.
UF students have some big expectations to live up to following Bill Nye’s event Monday night.
More than two months after UF Student Government passed a bill to help students pay their rent, Reaghan Wooster finally received her rent relief.
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I was removed from the most recent Senate meeting by Senate President Kyle Garner because I tried to have the Senate hear a bill condemning UF’s use of prison slavery.
Over the course of three weeks, the UF Student Government committee postponed three bills that would support civil rights issues on UF’s campus and beyond.
The UF Student Government funding model is undergoing revisions, and this could mean more money and guaranteed funding for some student organizations.
The new UF Student Government Judiciary Committee Chair has written one piece of legislation during his nearly two semesters in SG.
The year was 1958, and while other students were worrying about class and their lives off campus, UF sophomore Art Copleston was in the University Police’s basement.
Bree Turner gets a bitter taste in her mouth when she walks into the Reitz Union. Students walk in and visit with their friends at the food court, prepare for a club meeting or play a round of ping-pong—oblivious to her discomfort.
Student Government has always been a dumpster fire, and UF’s administrators have always been afraid to get their hands dirty while putting it out.