Campus | Student Government
After heated debate about some Cabinet and senator appointments, both parties of UF's Student Senate agreed on measures that will cut off the cash flow for four of the 11 positions paid with Student Government funds Tuesday night.
Can long-distance relationships work? Student senators proved they are once again willing to find out.
While Student Body Treasurer Paul Drayton may be out of state, he is certainly not out of mind.
The UF Student Senate unanimously passed a bill at Tuesday's meeting extending the full support of the student body to the victims of the earthquake that occurred one month ago today in Sichuan, China.
Student Body Treasurer Paul Drayton will accept an internship with a New York City business firm this June and share his summer duties with a newly appointed student body chief financial officer.
UF student senators approved more than $1 million for academic councils and student organizations to use over the 2008-2009 school year during Tuesday's Senate meeting that lasted until midnight.
UF student senators voted against a bill Tuesday night that would have reduced the number of Student Body Cabinet positions by 30 members.
Library West's hours will be extended again during final exams this semester, and the Marston Science Library will stay open later, too.
While members of UF's online voting committee debated privacy concerns at their Sunday meeting, all agreed that online voting in Student Government elections would be cheaper than traditional ballots.
Members of a committee formed to investigate the possibility for online voting in Student Government elections were chosen last week and should provide recommendations by May 1.
Sheldon Nagesh resigned from UF's Student Senate Tuesday night following weeks of debate over his qualifications to represent his district.