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Yesterday, the University Senate’s Student Affairs Committee elected this year’s Chair and Vice-Chairs–Marc Heinrich (CC ’16) will serve as Chair of the committee, and Emily Moore (SEAS Graduate School) and Ramis Wadood (CC ’16) will serve as Vice-Chairs. You can read the full press release below: Student Affairs Committee Elects Leadership for 2015-2016 Academic Year […]

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Besides the debates and elections surrounding USenate and the Student Councils, we are still having normal procedure of the current councils.  This week we pushed our dutiful Council Correspondent Joe Milholland to tell us everythang about new UEM policies, leave of absences, internships, and more.  At this Sunday night’s CCSC meeting, class of 2016 President […]

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It’s that time of year again and the USenate election looks pretty interesting and competitive this year.  Sophomores Ramis Wadood, Daniel Liss, and Daniel Stone are running alongside junior Michael MacKay and freshdude Jacob Johnson.  The debate ranged the topics of Quality of Life surveys, Title IX, course evals, accountability and more.  It was definitely […]

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