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USG rejects divestment resolution in secret ballot

For the second year in a row, Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly debated for more than five hours on a resolution calling for the support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement on Wednesday, which was ultimately rejected in a secret vote. The controversial resolution ...

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USG passes major resolutions as semester winds down

Undergraduate Student Government’s General Assembly passed a resolution suggesting all resident advisors be Safe Zone-trained and added an emissary seat for international students at their penultimate meeting of the semester Wednesday. Safe Zone Training Safe Zone training is a national project available to the university ...

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USG General Assembly looks to add LGBT+ seat

Undergraduate Student Government aims to break new ground as it seeks to fill an LGBT+ emissary seat in the organization’s General Assembly for the first time. An emissary seat serves on the General Assembly to better represent a group  the body feels is underrepresented in ...

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