Party’s Facebook page was taken down
Campus | Student Government
Emergency party election to be held Monday
Guilfoyle spoke at UF in October with Donald Trump, Jr.
What happened in Fall and what is coming in Spring
On the night of the last Senate meeting of the semester, UF students announced a new Student Government party called the Progressive Party.
While the SG Senate Adviser isn't sure if he agrees that there should be an impeachment body hearing, students are taking action outside the Senate chamber and petitioning for Student Body President Michael Murphy's removal.
Two UF Student Government Senate meetings in a row were canceled, and senators are unsure if this is allowed under the Student Body constitution.
The resolution to impeach UF Student Body President Michael Murphy failed at the Student Government judiciary committee meeting Thursday morning because it was deemed illegitimate.
UF Student Body President Michael Murphy’s potential impeachment has reached a state-wide and national audience, prompting him to seek legal counsel.
Although being ranked seventh among the top U.S. public colleges and universities is an achievement we can be proud of, it should not overshadow the dire issues at UF.
A week after about 11 people called for Student Body President Michael Murphy’s resignation during Senate, an SG senator emailed Murphy a resolution for his impeachment and handed it to him in his office Tuesday.
Does UF Student Government have enough time to pass resolutions? Senators only have three school weeks left to do so.
A team of UF Student Government senators decided to speak out against sexual assault, but the resolution draft will have to wait for approval.
UF Student Government’s executive branch has agencies akin to our federal government’s departments. Each agency has its own mission. The ACCENT Speakers Bureau brings in speakers, as I’m sure you’ve all realized at this point, while Chomp the Vote dabbles in registering voters.
Uber Safe Rides has been a project that I’ve been fascinated with since my freshman year in 2016. Originally, a hefty 50 percent discount on nighttime rides in and around campus, I was impressed that UF Student Government had been able to enact a program that would make a big difference in the lives of students.