About 70 Senators shut their laptops and turned off their cell phones at Tuesday night’s Senate meeting.
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An hour before the end of the Student Government interviews, where parties select senate candidates, Livia Ledbetter got lost.
For his first time running for a Student Government Senate seat, Michael McAllister’s chose to interview with the new Challenge Party.
Students who are interested in running for Senate’s Spring elections can begin interviewing with SG parties Sunday.
More than a dozen students showed up at Tuesday’s senate meeting to speak against Student Government’s initial decision to deny funding for free menstrual products on campus.
Student Government senators announced Tuesday they will take action to provide free menstrual products on campus after a Senate committee unanimously voted down a code revision for the initiative over a week ago.
After a Student Government committee rejected a proposal to provide free menstrual products to students, some took to Facebook to organize protests and temporary alternatives to the proposal.
After the Senate Pro-Tempore resigned, citing a lack of respect for minorities, UF’s Senate elected a new officer Tuesday night.
In a letter to the Alligator on Tuesday, UF Student Body Treasurer Revel Lubin announced his intention to switch from Impact Party to Inspire Party.
A proposal that would provide free tampons and pads on campus was not approved by the Student Government Budget and Appropriations Committee on Monday evening.
At a Student Government Supreme Court hearing Wednesday night, the court reaffirmed their ability to oversee unconstitutional Student Senate rules.
In the first Senate meeting of Spring, SG Senate President Pro-Tempore Janae Moodie resigned and told the chamber her party — Impact — and SG tokenize minorities.
Finding scooter parking on UF’s campus for Daniel Chalco proved to be a challenge. Scooters bumped together, parked over the lines and in the middle of the road were a common sight every morning before class.
Beginning in January, students will be able to utilize Library West and Newell Hall 24/7 for the Spring 2018 semester.
After Inspire Party senators tried to pass a bill to expand the absentee ballot process for Student Government Spring elections without consulting the UF supervisor of elections, the initiative failed.