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Daniels ’24 elected USG president, gender-neutral bathroom referendum passes

Stephen Daniels ’24 won the USG election for president alongside running mate Madi Linton ’24, who ran for vice president. The pair received 60.9 and 54 percent of student votes, respectively.

Stephen Daniels ’24 won the USG election for president alongside running mate Madi Linton ’24, who ran for vice president. The pair received 60.9 and 54 percent of student votes, respectively.

NEWS | December 9

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USG hears end-of-term reports, amends Honor Constitution

In the final meeting of the Takeuchi and Kapoor term, the USG approved amendments to the Honor Committee constitution, provided updates on campus security advocacy, and discussed Senate projects. 

In the final meeting of the Takeuchi and Kapoor term, the USG approved amendments to the Honor Committee constitution, provided updates on campus security advocacy, and discussed Senate projects. 

NEWS | December 6

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Candidates for USG President clash over student wellbeing, advocacy tactics in debate

The three candidates for USG president, Stephen Daniels ’24, Isabella Shutt ’24, and Audrey Zhang ’25 took to the debate stage in Whig Hall to discuss the issues facing Princeton students. Voting opens on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m.

The three candidates for USG president, Stephen Daniels ’24, Isabella Shutt ’24, and Audrey Zhang ’25 took to the debate stage in Whig Hall to discuss the issues facing Princeton students. Voting opens on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m.

NEWS | December 5

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USG passes resolution on antisemitism, initiates referendum on gender-neutral bathrooms

At a Nov. 16 meeting, which was an extension of the regular weekly USG meetings held on Sundays, the USG passed a resolution to “condemn and combat antisemitism” and voted to add a referendum on the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms to the upcoming winter election ballot.

At a Nov. 16 meeting, which was an extension of the regular weekly USG meetings held on Sundays, the USG passed a resolution to “condemn and combat antisemitism” and voted to add a referendum on the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms to the upcoming winter election ballot.

NEWS | November 17

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USG declines to sponsor referendum on antisemitism

The referendum, proposed by USG Treasurer Adam Hoffman ’23, received four votes in favor, one against, and 19 abstentions, not meeting the threshold of at least nine “yes” votes to appear on election ballots as a Senate-initiated referendum.

The referendum, proposed by USG Treasurer Adam Hoffman ’23, received four votes in favor, one against, and 19 abstentions, not meeting the threshold of at least nine “yes” votes to appear on election ballots as a Senate-initiated referendum.

NEWS | November 15

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USG confirms Honor Committee, reflects on campus grief

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) confirmed new members of the Honor Committee, discussed campus responses to recent campus tragedy, and approved USG movies and Projects Board funding requests.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) confirmed new members of the Honor Committee, discussed campus responses to recent campus tragedy, and approved USG movies and Projects Board funding requests.

NEWS | November 7

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USG delays elections reforms, approves additional budget allocations

The election reforms, which were unanimously approved on Oct. 9, will not go into effect for USG’s winter elections, except for a language change regarding an “Abstain” vote. All other reforms will go into effect in the spring election cycle.

The election reforms, which were unanimously approved on Oct. 9, will not go into effect for USG’s winter elections, except for a language change regarding an “Abstain” vote. All other reforms will go into effect in the spring election cycle.

NEWS | November 1

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USG presses administrators for dining pilot details

USG issued a formal request to administrations on Oct. 14 urging the University to release official information about the upperclass dining pilot. The decision to send the request letter was made unanimously.

USG issued a formal request to administrations on Oct. 14 urging the University to release official information about the upperclass dining pilot. The decision to send the request letter was made unanimously.

NEWS | October 22

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USG debates taking action on potential campus dining changes, passes elections reform

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed voting on an official stance regarding a recently leaked proposal to change upperclass dining, voted to pass a set of reforms to the handbook for student elections, and held a feedback session on Pay with Points in an Oct. 9 meeting.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed voting on an official stance regarding a recently leaked proposal to change upperclass dining, voted to pass a set of reforms to the handbook for student elections, and held a feedback session on Pay with Points in an Oct. 9 meeting.

NEWS | October 11

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USG confirms passage of elections management amendment, hears reports on Lawnparties

On Sunday, Oct. 2, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) unanimously passed the second of two votes on a resolution to amend the USG Constitution and establish a Deputy Elections Manager position. The USG Senate also heard a variety of committee updates and Fall 2022 Lawnparties feedback. 

On Sunday, Oct. 2, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) unanimously passed the second of two votes on a resolution to amend the USG Constitution and establish a Deputy Elections Manager position. The USG Senate also heard a variety of committee updates and fall 2022 Lawnparties feedback. 

NEWS | October 3

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USG passes initial step of elections management reform, approves fall budget

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) passed the first of two votes on a resolution to establish a Deputy Elections Manager position, which would take effect at the beginning of the next USG term. It also approved the budget for the fall 2022 semester and heard updates from committee chairs and smaller projects.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) passed the first of two votes on a resolution to establish a Deputy Elections Manager position, which would take effect at the beginning of the next USG term. It also approved the budget for the fall 2022 semester and heard updates from committee chairs and smaller projects.

NEWS | September 26

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Blockbuster mental health report recommends increasing CPS funding, access to 24/7 counseling

The report, created and published by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), the Office of Campus Life, and University Health Services (UHS), listed 32 recommendations within four areas of interest. 

The report, created and published by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), the Office of Campus Life, and University Health Services (UHS), listed 32 recommendations within four areas of interest. 

NEWS | September 22

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USG Reform Project proposes change to referendum process

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met on Sunday, Sept. 18, and reviewed a proposed referendum reform, voted on a requirement for certain senate members to serve on core committees, and heard an update from the Mental Health Resources working group.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met on Sunday, Sept. 18, and reviewed a proposed referendum reform, voted on a requirement for certain senate members to serve on core committees, and heard an update from the Mental Health Resources working group.

NEWS | September 19

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USG considers reforms of elections management and committee structure, confirms new members

In a special meeting, the Senate debated proposals that would require Senators and U-Councilors to serve on USG core committees and reform the office of the Chief Elections Manager.

In a special meeting, the Senate debated proposals that would require Senators and U-Councilors to serve on USG core committees and reform the office of the Chief Elections Manager.

NEWS | September 13