200 fewer students voted in this Fall election compared to last year.
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This fall’s election has 50 candidates run on Impact Party's ticket and 43 candidates ran under Inspire Party's ticket, according to a list of candidates provided by Supervisor of Elections Henry Fair. This election more contested seats than Fall 2017 elections when 42 seats had multiple candidates.
Library West will soon be 24/7 again
Kosher and halal food, free water and two-ply toilet paper will be offered
Both parties are expected to release their platforms for the upcoming election soon.
Student Body President Ian Green said he hope to have it open by the end of September
No independent or undecided candidates registered. All candidates registered with either Impact Party or Inspire Party.
The UF Student Government political parties are beginning to put together their slate for Fall elections.
A city commissioner is pushing to get rid of plastic straws, joining other cities nationwide
UF business administration student Julia Cousimeau began binge-watching “Saturday Night Live” after she learned one of its actors would perform on campus. She wanted to familiarize herself with his material before the show, which she got a second-row seat to watch.
The Student Senate unanimously passed two resolutions regarding personal identity through first readings at Tuesday night’s meeting.
Closed captioning may soon be required for Student Government’s videos after a bill was unanimously passed during first readings at Tuesday’s student government meeting.
Student Government may have more money available to use soon.
One of the more interesting practices of our lovely Student Government here at UF is that we actually pay some of our students in certain positions. Usually people don’t really talk about it much, more than the yearly SG debate question of if one will take or donate their salary. That being said, I was happy to see The Alligator article by the SG reporter on current Student Body President Ian Green using a bit of his salary toward buying suits for recent high school graduates from his hometown since it both illustrates a heartwarming use of one’s salary and also touched upon the topic of how much SG officials are paid.