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Friday, June 09, 2023

News | Campus Student Government

UF Student Government President Cooper Brown (left) and Vice President Faith Maniti (right) announce that student government is holding the Accent Speakers Bureau in-person after two years of pauses on Wednesday, June 30, 2021. They also encouraged students to participate in more school activities as the COVID-19 pandemic becomes less of a concern.

Student Government will transfer $1.55 million from its reserves to improve student experience

After over a year of virtual programming, UF Student Government is using $1.55 million from its reserve account to enhance the student experience. The transfer allocates $750,000 to Student Government Productions, $500,000 to student organizations, $250,000 to the Accent Speakers Bureau and $50,000 to the Student Government Cabinet. 


Senate President Franco Luis Announced Senate Will Meet In Person This Summer

This is the second meeting in two weeks that has been canceled after the first meeting last week could not begin due to an insufficient amount of senators present. This is a result of Senate codes limiting virtual meetings passed over Fall. Last week, Luis had to choose between breaking its own codes or the university’s COVID-19 policies to hold Senate online or in person. 

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