Former Vice President-elect Tajmaus Johnson, who was disqualified for emotionally abusing President Isabella Genta when he shouted “f— you” and physically intimidated her, sent Spinnaker an apology for the student body. “My actions do not reflect who I am nor how I believe any person should be treated,” Johnson […]
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After her original VP, Tajmaus Johnson, was disqualified for emotional abuse, SG President-elect Samantha Mims recently announced her new appointment for the Vice Presidential nominee. Cole Poppell, the current SG Student Advocate, will be Mims’s new VP. In a statement given by Mims, Poppell has been a voice for students and […]
The Red Party, handling the dismissal of Vice President-elect Tajmaus Johnson, dealt with two new complaints Friday, though the outcome was not as severe. On a Facebook post the Red Party claimed to have created the bill to advocate for renovations to Hodges Stadium in fall 2015 after extensive flooding created poor […]
New information from Student Government shows Vice President-elect Tajmaus Johnson was disqualified for shouting “f– you,” as well as physically intimidating SG President Isabella Genta. According to Genta and four other witnesses, Johnson was looming over Genta and was screaming obscenities like “f— off” and “f— you.” He also referred […]
Student Government President-elect Samantha Mims will begin her term with a 10-day suspension after a March 9 Supreme Court hearing. The judicial complaint, filed by chairwoman of the United Party Katherine Thames, said Mims defamed the United Party by misrepresenting the party through Mims’ original complaint (see below). “Mims goes beyond simply […]
After a record-breaking 2478 students voted, the student body elected Samantha Mims to be the new President of Student Government. She and her Vice Presidential nominee, Tajumaus Johnson, won against Rachel Bryant and Jesse Braughton by 189 votes. Samantha Mims and Tajumaus Johnson were part of the UNF Red Party. […]
Senators also passed the SG subsidized free printing program and swore in eleven new senators.