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USG task force looks into off-campus lighting

Late night walks home are inevitably a part of every college student’s life, whether it’s a late night at the library or out with friends. For upperclassmen, this usually means a trek back to their off-campus housing and a well-lit walk can be paramount to ...

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USG president and vp sworn in, begin duties

Shamina Merchant and Shawn Semmler took their first step as newly sworn-in president and vice president of the Undergraduate Student Government by announcing at their inauguration Tuesday night that USG’s slogan will return to the original motto “Students Serving Students.”        “But In order to ...

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USG President attends national summit with diversity as focus

Ohio State Undergraduate Student Government President Andrew Jackson attended a collegiate diversity summit this past weekend alongside 19 other student leaders from across the country. Shoah Foundation held its inaugural Intercollegiate Diversity Congress Summit invited the students to participate in a dialogue which explored resources ...

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USG’s textbook resolution passes in University Senate

Undergraduate Student Government took its first major step toward initiating its textbook affordability call to action after a vote in the University Senate Wednesday afternoon passed a resolution pertaining to faculty textbook orders. The resolution, sponsored by USG and passed by the University Senate unanimously, ...

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