Updated: Honor Committee referendum passes, all incumbent USG members re-elected - News
| April 26, 2013
The Honor Committee will now be required to change its standard penalty for students who write over the time limit during exams and to publish statistics about the number of students who appear before the Committee, due to a vote of the student body on a referendum that was attached to the latest USG ballot.
News & Notes: Frist voting stations now accessible for use in USG elections - News
| April 22, 2013
Students will now be able to vote in the current USG elections using the Helios website at public voting stations in Frist Campus Center.
“I hope to increase voter turnout in the spring elections, and the intent for the voting stations is for students to just stop by while they’re hanging out at Frist, doing homework or going to class to vote in the elections,” chief elections manager Rachel Nam ’15 said. “It’ll be quick and easy for them to vote, and we hope that the elections will open up dialogue on campus to address the issues on campus and become an essential part of student life.”
News & Notes: USG announces candidates for U-Council and class government positions - News
| April 15, 2013
Forty-three students are running for U-Council and class government positions this spring, according to the USG's website.
USG changes spring elections schedule - News
| April 15, 2013
The USG changed the schedule of its spring elections to extend the campaign period from one week to two weeks, the USG announced on its website.
Adleberg wins runoff for Class of 2014 vice president - News
| May 02, 2011Jason Adleberg was elected Class of 2014 vice president in a runoff election last week, the USG announced on Friday.