The system for student organization funding will be restructured following a lawsuit from the Young Americans for Freedom, which settled the suit for $66,000 from UF.
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Tuesday night, the final Student Senate meeting of the summer began with the Impact Party losing three members and ended with a significant change to the Senate Rules and Procedures.
As the Summer semester comes to a close, the university has decided on a speaker to see off the graduates — and he’s very close to home.
Despite a raise in the budget, students will not have to pay more in activity and service fees this year.
During Tuesday night’s Student Senate meeting, senators will hear nine legislation items that could significantly alter Student Government rules and procedures if approved.
The Student Senate began the process of deciding how student fees for the 2020-2021 school year will be spent.
Earlier this year, colleges all over Florida applied to receive funding to lead a new Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research. UF came out on top.
Three Inspire senators lost their Senate seats due to resignation by non-attendance in the past month, and those decisions were upheld on July 17 by the Rules and Ethics Committee.
Gone are the days of students meticulously planning the perfect time to meet up with their friends to walk over to the student ticket windows at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to get their seats for that week’s football game together.
The UF Levin College of Law is renovating its facilities to make the space a more student-centric environment.
Senators and students alike showed up to support former Inspire Senators Ashley Grabowski and Ben Lima at Tuesday night’s UF Student Government Senate meeting.
UF’s Graduate Assistants United has requested an investigation by UF looking into the death of Huixiang Chen, an international UF doctoral candidate who was found dead on campus in Benton Hall after taking his own life last month.
Florida is hoping to make post-secondary education more accessible.
The last regular UF Student Government Senate meeting of Summer A semester took an unexpected turn when two senators, Ben Lima (Inspire, District D) and Senate Minority Leader Ashley Grabowski (Inspire, Graduate), lost their seats.
Tuesday’s UF Student Government Senate meeting began in debate and ended with two senators losing seats.
UF is looking to bring itself to the forefront of wind hazard and hurricane research with a newly constructed fan bank.
UF’s Student Senate approved the final group of the executive nominations during Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
Patricia Telles-Irvin would remember small details that would seem inconsequential to other people.
Miami-Dade County takes in about 30,000 cats and dogs each year and wants to make sure as many as possible can be cared for. They’ve found help from UF.
From administrators pushing graduates offstage to outdoor ceremonies being canceled for bad weather, many graduates have left their commencement feeling unsatisfied.