Campus | Student Government
During a Student Senate meeting marked by division and bickering between parties, senators from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences expressed heated disapproval of decisions that have kept them out of all Senate committees.
UF's claim that a student group's online-voting lawsuit was illegitimate will be investigated at a hearing next month.
UF's Student Body treasurer-elect will be getting an early start on his new job.
E.J. Walicki's resignation from his position as UF Student Body treasurer will create a gap in UF's executive branch, but Student Government officials said there would be a replacement by March 18.
The lines have been drawn; the first few battles have been fought. And on Tuesday, supporters of online voting in Student Government elections received notice they are one step closer in the virtual-ballot war - their lawsuit is legitimate.
Editor's Note: Twelve members of the Gator Party ran unopposed in the spring Student Government election, and more than 8,000 students cast ballots in the two days of SG voting.
Sherry Benton, the new director of UF's Counseling Center, introduced herself to student senators on Tuesday night after more than two weeks of being on campus.