Student body president announced a parking ticket forgiveness day in his State of the Campus Address
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Some students received their ballots late and some not at all
About 6,000 students voted in Student Government elections – 3,000 less than Spring 2019
These Lakeside and Murphree residents chose not to run with any parties.
The commission chair believed the violations didn’t have a basis to be heard.
The voting option some senators say would make voting safer failed in UF Supreme Court
Student Government elections will have early voting for the first time in modern history, but the details of the process remain unclear.
Nye will be paid $35,000 in student fees for the hour-long virtual event
Most students received their funding within 45 days from when they originally applied
The revisions will hopefully be approved by the end of Summer, according to Senate Pro tempore Cooper Brown
He was elected Tuesday night in a vote of 60 to 24
Trevor Pope said DACA, international and online students need financial support
The Reitz Union and O’Connell Center are highlighted for having controversial namesakes
Thousands have protested police and racial violence. About 500 UF students and staff joined the conversation with the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Accent Speakers Bureau paid recent speakers $50,000 to speak in similar events
The March for Freedom will take place at 11:30 a.m. and begin at A. Quinn Jones Center. It concludes a week of solidarity and activism for students.
Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi will speak June 25 at 6:30 p.m.
While Liberty Woodley is named in the SG resolution, it is unclear if the university rescinded her admission