SGA members question the constitutionality of policy that determines where and when students can stage demonstrations.
Gov. Charlie Baker, after the attacks in Paris, initially said he would not accept Syrian refugees into Massachusetts.
The appeal follows the finance committee’s decision to not fund a particular speaker fee.
This semester’s senators are expected to engage in more outreach with students across the UMass campus.
Sunday’s overview emphasized that senators must meet the needs of their constituents.
Student response to the document seemed cautiously positive Monday.
Informational meeting tells prospective candidates about the student government and deadlines for the upcoming elections.
Students have spoken out in the form an online petition and the “UMass IT Fee Challenge.”
The Student Business Investment Board hopes to raise $64,000 by the fall semester.
Sïonan Barrett and Stefan Herlitz worked to make the program more visible during day-to-day campus life in addition to attending large student gatherings.
Student-Town Advisory Board created to strengthen town-gown relations.
Lauren Coakley, Julie Brunelle voted into positions after nearly three hours of voting Monday night.
Amy Gebo hopes to re-introduce the website and have students utilize what it has to offer.
Chancellor of elections goes over voter turnout, complaints and steps taken for this year’s elections.
All three ballot questions regarding future increase of student fees passed by a substantial margin.
SGA presidential and vice presidential debates address campus-wide issues, despite low turnout and missing ticket
SGA presidential and vice presidential candidates spoke about issues regarding tuition and fees, transparency and SGA reforms.
Plan to address ‘disarray’ and ‘strained relationships’ expected to be in place by April.
The four candidates for student trustee debated Tuesday night, providing information about each of their platforms despite a muddled format.