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Smith Meyers' Key West arrest smeared UF's reputation and is grounds for resignation, a group of UF students argued during a Student Senate meeting on Tuesday.
The debate over Smith Meyers' future as a Student Government official spilled onto Turlington Plaza on Tuesday.
In the aftermath of the drunken arrest of UF’s incoming Student Body President Smith Meyers, some students plan on calling for his resignation today in a Turlington Plaza protest.
Perry Clawson felt the city commission wasn’t listening to Gainesville residents, so he decided to get involved in local government.
Editor’s note: Smith Meyers declined to answer any questions regarding his arrest after multiple requests for comment. Read his statement here.
Updated: On Sunday evening, UF Student Body President-elect Smith Meyers issued a statement to the Alligator regarding his arrest in Key West over Spring Break. We've published it below in its entirety:
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity members woke up Thursday morning to find the letters of their house vandalized, again.
When Liz Getman was 19, she struggled with anorexia.
Disillusioned with a UF Student Government dominated by a single majority party, one student plans to create his own.
After Student Government elections, parties and independent candidates submitted their ﬁnal campaign ﬁnance reports Monday.
UF’s Student Senate unanimously elected Jackie Phillips as the new Senate president Tuesday night.
Two and a half hours before Michael Huang’s online calculus 3 exam, the website on which he would take it crashed.
Grace Shan wrote “loved” in green ink on a paper outline of a person’s body.
All 11 proposed amendments failed to pass during the Student Government elections Wednesday night as Impact Party claimed the executive ticket and all but two Senate seats.
“There was no such thing as mental health when you were picking cotton in a field,” said Ian Green, 21, as he reflected on how the black community views mental health.
After she found out that UF had a Student Government, Gabriella Steele cast her first-ever ballot on Tuesday, one of about 4,482 students to do so on the first day of SG elections.
Tyler James normally avoids Turlington Plaza, but on Monday he stopped to talk to a Student Government party he’s never heard of.
Despite about 54 percent of UF degree-seeking students being female in Fall 2015, according to the most recent UF data, students will vote today and Wednesday for an all-male Student Government executive ticket.