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Infractions delay SG election results

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…

Power of U wins SG election
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Power of U wins SG election

      (Photos by Cayla Nimmo)   Student Government (SG) Elections Commissioner J. Alexander Barletto ascended the Rock Thursday evening for the second time this week; this time with elections results in hand. After thanking his advisers, staff and both tickets, he unveiled that the members of the Power of U would head next…

SG election results postponed till 5 p.m. Thursday
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SG election results postponed till 5 p.m. Thursday

As Student Government (SG) Elections Commissioner J. Alexander Barletto ascended the Rock Wednesday evening, students who were eagerly awaiting the results of SG’s new president, vice president and treasurer were disappointed when the announcement was delayed due to election code violations. Claims were filed against both the Power of U and One of U tickets,…

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One of U, Power of U partake in interactive debate

After a 15-minute delay, the Power of U and One of U tickets eagerly watched Student Government Election’s Commissioner Joseph Barletto flip a chocolate coin to see who would begin Wednesday night’s debate in the University Center’s Ballroom A. The debate was moderated by UMTV’s station manager Julian Glover. It began after introductions and an…

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Student Government Elections 2013

Editor’s note: The list of platforms for the One of U ticktet is currently not displaying properly. The Miami Hurricane is working to correct this problem quickly. With no referendum on the ballot, this year’s Student Government election is all about the candidates. Two tickets are vying for the top seats, students are running for…

Campus leaders deliver updates on progress, plans
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Campus leaders deliver updates on progress, plans

After flocking to tables of food at the Rock Wednesday, University of Miami staff, faculty and students took their seats to listen to their peers deliver the State of the U address. Contrary to past years’ tradition, Student Government (SG) President Nawara Alawa insisted on diversifying this year’s event. “Our team decided to spice things…

‘Inspired by U’ plans for spring semester
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‘Inspired by U’ plans for spring semester

Almost a year after election, the “Inspired by U” team is still energized and full of inspiration to benefit the student body. “I’m proud of the progress we have made,”  Student Government (SG) President Nawara Alawa said. Many of the platforms the ticket campaigned on last spring are now in motion. One of those was…

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