In a nation that prides itself on its Constitution, it is no wonder that the Student Government (SG) at the University of Miami has similar sentiments. Twice a year, the Elections Commission lives by and enforces Chapter IV of said constitution – Election Codes. Including Wednesday’s postponement, the announcements of Executive Board election results have…
The platforms of all three candidates attempt to address concerns many UM students care about, including parking, transportation ideas for freshman, and general outreach. Though the candidates Aaron Esman, Christina Farmer and Shahzam Malik all attempt to solve these problems in slightly different ways, it’s clear that something different must be done to accommodate the needs of all students.
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.
Members of the UM Student Senate dressed in orange polo’s crowded the Rock Wednesday afternoon to watch Student Government President Lionel Moise make his State of the “U” Address. Moise ran unopposed last spring with Kristin Weaver as his vice president and Jeremy Kruger as his treasurer under the motto “U Matter, U Decide, U Win”. Moise updated the student body on his progress and goals for the future.
The newly inaugurated Student Government (SG) immediately went to work last Spring, after administrators cancelled the infamous Ibis Ride we’ve all come to love and hate.
Ideas, complaints, and potential solutions were debated Monday night as students and university administrators gathered for a discussion forum on the future of the Ibis Ride shuttle to Coconut Grove.