The SGA appointed a new Election Chancellor and allocated $4,350 of funds before leaving for Thanksgiving Break.
Chancellor Robert Holub addressed the new 2011 SGA Senate at the beginning of its first meeting of the year, last night in the Cape Cod Lounge.
Here’s a voting guide for the Student Government Association elections which happen this week.
The Student Government Association begins elections today to elect senators and to answer referendum questions dealing with the smoking ban.
Members of the SGA Senate last week debated a measure that called for splitting the Student Academic Affairs and Organizing Committee into two branches.
SGA President Yevin Roh vetoed last week’s SGA Senate’s motion to ask Chancellor Holub to delay approval of the Faculty Senate resolution which will ban tobacco from campus.
Student Government Association votes to repudiate potential no-tobacco campus.
Senators, cabinet members, and advisors reflect on their time under Tower and say good-bye to their president
Junior Yevin Roh claimed the title of UMass Student Government Association president in this year’s election, and junior Tina Kennedy was elected to the post of student trustee.
Sen. Bill Cody was impeached Wednesday due to his recent alleged intoxication and harassment of another senator.
Video interviews with the three SGA president/trustee tickets for the Spring 2011 elections.
The three candidates for SGA president are mobilizing their campaigns to get out the vote before elections begin Tuesday.
Wednesday’s SGA meeting stirred controversy among members, as impeachment of Senator Bill Cody came to question.
The Student Government Association focused on fees, diversity, and other aspects in a debate on Tuesday night.
SGA presidential and trustee candidates discuss their platforms and what they hope to accomplish.
During Wednesday’s SGA meeting, Senator Bill Cody was escorted out by UMPD after showing up allegedly intoxicated and reportedly berating a female senator. The Senate also discussed funding levels for several student groups.
Members of the Student Government Association voted on a variety of issues concerning student organizations in Wednesday’s meeting.
Emily Felder talks with SGA President Brandon Tower and Student Trustee Mike Fox about their goals for the upcoming semester and their hopes for upcoming UMass president Bob Caret.
At last Wednesday’s SGA meeting, a new senator was appointed, funding for RSOs was approved, and other key topics were touched upon.