Third-year Alex Jung was elected the new undergraduate liaison to the Board of Trustees Wednesday by Student Government’s (SG) College… Read more »
Posts Tagged: SG
University spokesperson says student reps on administrative committees typically change yearly.
Kissinger suggests committee to examine SG pay.
SG brought attention to the discount through flyers, Facebook.
SG to hold referendum on stipends within month after ensuring signatures are valid.
Controversy erupted after SG announced it would pay new appointees a stipend.
SG President Tyler Kissinger’s stipend suggestions come at no cost to students.
Kissinger cites authority in SG constitution in taking on ability to issue executive orders.
First-year representative election cycle should be pushed back to the end of fall quarter.
Election saw 17 candidates, four spots, and 40% voter participation
Winners: Michael Meng, 196 Asya Akca, 143 David Shapiro, 139 Preethi Raju, 136 Others: Richard Oyeniran, 126 Calvin Cottrell, 118… Read more »
Two new restaurant discounts and maybe even a free trolley.
Lundberg: “[We’re] really making a push to keep as many organizations from being [in debt] as possible.”
Eric Wessan’s general indictment of Student Government (SG) in “Electoral Dysfunction” (5/6/14) is so filled with contradiction it hardly merits… Read more »
Student Government (SG) allocated approximately $2,102,000 of the Student Activities Fee for the 2014-2015 academic year at its Assembly yesterday…. Read more »
Elected candidates look toward future goals.
Student Government set aside $14,000 for the projects.
The 2014 SG election results were announced earlier tonight in the C-Shop. Winners and vote counts are listed below. This article… Read more »
Only two slates are running to lead Student Government (SG) this year: United Progress (UP) and Delta Upsilon’s satirical Moose… Read more »
Moose Party returns this year with a humorous platform, but this time members said they are attempting to make a… Read more »
The Maroon Editorial Board endorses Alex DiLalla for Undergraduate Liaison to the Board of Trustees.
United Progress (UP) and Delta Upsilon’s (DU) Moose Party will face off in Student Government (SG) elections this week to… Read more »
Candidates talked about UCPD, U-Pass, and divestment, among other issues.
Students reported paying for CTA rides an average of three times a week.
Student Government’s Elections and Rules Committee announced the candidates for the 2014–2015 elections. The announcement marks the beginning of campaigning,… Read more »
Student Government (SG) discussed its budgeting, plans to provide subsidies for its top representatives, and Sexual Assault Advocacy Week at… Read more »
SG representative: Current system for electing fill-in reps “perpetuates apathy…in Student Government.”
These changes come before an SG election season slated to start on April 18.
SG joins community members in signing petition for equitable UCPD practices, which will be delivered this afternoon.
Student Government (SG) has created a new Cabinet position, Director of Communications, according an e-mail sent to students by SG… Read more »
Future SG donations should incorporate student input in order to foster community engagement.
Editor’s Note: Sindhu Gnanasambandan is a Maroon staffer. Student Government (SG) allocated $14,000 of its $30,000 earmarked Campus Unity Fund… Read more »
The shelter closed after pipes froze and burst, resulting in $4,000 in damages.
RSO leaders will be trained to make events more accessible.
Two UCSC alumni reflect on passage of SG resolution for UCSC advisory board.
Changes to the Elections & Rules committee were voted down at the SG Assembly meeting Thursday night, but SG president Michael McCown remains confident in their ultimate passage.
Between 80 and 90 students attended the open forum, many affiliated with the Coalition for Equitable Policing.
The Assembly passed resolutions to create a UCSC advisory board and to analyze the IRC’s charter.
Viola is now chair of College Council.
Losier says administration decision “calls into question how independent the IRC is.”
The class of 2017 representatives were elected in a closer election than usual.
Student Government postponed the vote to give newly-elected representatives time to read the reforms.
CAT inefficiencies call for increased oversight and more regular meetings.
The top four vote-getters become representatives.
CAT received $190,000 in funding for the 2013-2014 academic year, a 5.56 percent increase.
Student Government should approve and build on proposed changes to E&R bylaws.
Despite graduate student Toussaint Losier’s January arrest, SG and Losier say there is no conflict of interest.