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For many students, the cost of tuition and financial aid are becoming bigger determinants for where they attend college.
Scrambling for the approval of the university student body, four tickets will commence a campaign season that will require more than a cute t-shirt to ensure victory.
The “U” will soon become more visible in University of Miami life, as the athletic symbol will inspire a redesign of the school’s general logo, replacing the current Miami bar logo.
How quickly has the time passed? It feels as if it were just yesterday that we began serving you.
The University of Miami ushered in a new political era when Student Government President Lionel Moise was inaugurated Monday night at the Student Government Inauguration and Banquet in the Hurricane 100 Room of the BankUnited Center.
As the advising season opens, a new survey from Student Government reports that overall, undergraduates are happy with their advising experience.
Crowds of University of Miami fraternity and sorority members gathered in the School of Communication courtyard for the Greek God and Goddess Pageant on Friday. The winners of this year’s pageant were senior Brandon Gross, president of Student Government and a member of Sigma Chi, and junior Michelle Della Guardia, a member of Zeta Tau Alpha.
In a marked change from last year’s heated Student Government elections, there was no talk of run-offs or election violations as the “U Matter, U Decide, U Win” ticket emerged victorious.
What’s the point of democracy if there’s no competition to vote for?
Rising senior Lionel Moise is running for president of Student Government unopposed. For the first time in at least a decade, a candidate has run for the most prestigious seat in office without any competition.
There is only one presidential candidate running for this year’s Student Government presidential election: Lionel Moise, a junior, and his vice-president, Kristen Weaver, and treasurer, Jeremy Kruger – both of whom are juniors.