Tag Archives: UNF Student Government
Student Government is holding a senate meeting tomorrow at 6:30 p. m., May 8. It is the only senate meeting for the month of May. Throughout the summer, Student Government will hold four senate meetings. SG also has planned three days of committee meetings. The first day of committee meetings is May 20.
The Spinnaker addresses recent complaints concerning its publication, outlines its mission and processes, and expresses its hopes to get along with other UNF organizations.
An appeal denied on Feb. 27 makes it more likely that only one name will appear on the Spring ballot for Student Body President: incumbent Carlo Fassi.
UNF Senator and communication major Ryan Traher speaks out about the Spinnaker. Aside from the added mugshot, the letter is posted in full and is unedited.
The updates from the Nov. 19 Budget and Allocations and Senate meetings include the approval of Aim Higher funds and the passing of the free printing request funds.
Highlights from Nov. 5 Senate meeting: Elections, appointments committee chair appointed, new senators sworn in
The highlights of the Nov. 6 meeting include the appointment of the elections and appointments committee chair and the swearing of new senators.
Should the UNF Board of Trustees approve the 2013-14 budget without the increase in the A&S fee, the fee would remain $14.47.
In addition to the senators, the fall elections encompass three bills. All three of those bills — related to grammatical errors in the Constitution, the associate chief justice position and graduate Senate seats — passed.
The Red Party leads the Yellow Party 59.8 percent to 37.1 percent, according to exit polls conducted on the first day of fall Student Government Senate elections.
The remaining 3.1 percent of students voted for non-party affiliated candidates.