Senators elected into UF Student Government two weeks ago still can’t start their new jobs.
Campus | Student Government
The UF Student Body is preparing for Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Gainesville arrival.
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Inspire Party’s newly won Senate seats are safe.
Do you ever just want to waste $50,000, but don’t feel like dousing it in gasoline and setting it on fire? Don’t feel like funding emergency blue lights? Don’t feel like helping student organizations that are struggling with funding?
They are being paid $50,000
Tonight, UF's student government will be filling 50 Senate seats following two days of elections.
Mouses clicked. Stickers were given. Glazed eyes watched computer screens thanking them for voting in the UF Student Government elections.
With a key party absent from the boxing ring, Inspire Party and independent UF Student Government candidates strapped on their gloves Monday night.
If a stranger told you what to do, you wouldn’t stand for it. Most people would never let a complete stranger control their future and their livelihood, but the unfortunate reality is that thousands of students let this happen when they don’t vote in UF Student Government elections.
As we head to the polls tomorrow and Wednesday, I have to make it known to you: all is not as it seems with Gator Party.
I heard on the grapevine that a certain someone said that installing additional blue lights on campus would be a tremendous waste of student fees, to the vast disapproval of the Student Body.
Between party divides and agendas, UF Student Government has a new figurehead to manage party relations and act as a liaison.
Tuesday afternoon, approximately 200 protesters marched along UF’s Fraternity Row, the only place on campus without blue light emergency poles. These lights represent security and are designed to call law enforcement at the press of a button. The protest was organized by student leaders and the Gainesville chapter of the National Women’s Liberation Association. Since the protest was announced, the debate surrounding blue lights has been a point of controversy, finger pointing and a focal point of The Alligator’s news coverage for the past week.
It’s that time of year again.
Editor’s Note: The content of this letter discusses sexual assault.
People often make a valid critique of my columns (and by extension, me) in saying that all I do is complain about things without actually doing anything.