In UF Student Government’s second virtual meeting, senators were “Zoom bombed” or intentionally hacked. Sexually explicit images and slurs were said. Hackers drew swastikas and also threatened the Senate president.
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SG did not respond to questions on how the event was funded
It is unclear what the incentive is
Among the topics discussed were sexual assault, mental health and financial hardship
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Only Inspire Party candidates attended
The parties also discussed issues with impeachment and illegal recordings
Party’s Facebook page was taken down
Emergency party election to be held Monday