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On Tuesday night before a crowded room in the Carolina Union, members of UNC’s Undergraduate Student Senate cast votes on two monumental issues facing UNC today. In a 9-1 vote, the senate voted to send a letter encouraging the removal of Silent Sam. A unanimous vote approved the decision to send a letter encouraging the protection UNC Center for Civil Rights.
In a 5-1 decision, the Board of Governors' Committee on Educational Planning, Policies, and Programs voted on Tuesday to recommend a litigation ban against the UNC Center for Civil Rights.
On Thursday, the Undergraduate Student Senate passed a bill that would redraw senate districting lines and discussed their plans for various initiatives they want to implement in the upcoming school year.
UNC Board of Governors will vote on whether to pass a litigation ban against the UNC Center for Civil Rights in early September. The ban would prevent the center from representing clients and acting as legal counsel to any party.
UNC is looking into expanding the Carolina Union, which might just mean rolling out the bulldozers.
At Wednesday’s Undergraduate Student Senate meeting, members discussed several proposed committees and how each member would fit into these committees.
Undergraduate Student Senate discussed incoming government positions and the student body presidential campaigning process at its last committee member meetings of the year.
The 99th Undergraduate Student Senate met on Tuesday to discuss unfinished business of the preceding meeting, including amendments to three parts in the Student Code.
Student government isn’t exactly starting from scratch — but the books are being rewritten. Along with the new constitution that accompanied the arrival of the Elizabeth Adkins administration, a revised Student Code is about to take hold as well.
With a new student government administration comes a new constitution and a new set of rules.
Contentiousness and controversy in the student body election this spring delayed the vote for weeks — from the original date of Feb. 14 to the first vote on March 10, which was followed by a runoff election two weeks later.
The incoming student government officers for the 2017-18 school year were inaugurated Tuesday at the Great Hall in the Student Union.
On Tuesday night, Speaker Pro-Tempore Chase McConnachie led a public forum for Student Congress members and students to discuss what happened during the 2016-17 academic year and how Student Congress could make changes to better itself.
After a prolonged election cycle, Elizabeth Adkins was declared the student body president for the 2017-18 school year on Friday. Staff writer Molly Looman spoke with Adkins, whose inauguration is set for April 4, about her plans.
Elizabeth Adkins was voted the student body president for the 2017-2018 academic year on Friday night.
Student body president elections continue with a runoff election on Friday.
The UNC Student Supreme Court rejected an appeal, saying the plaintiff, sophomore Will Hopping, did not provide enough evidence to show the UNC Board of Elections acted with bias.
Elections for student body president will be held on March 10.
Sophomore Will Hopping said evidence presented in the original hearing about student body president candidate Maurice Grier raised new concerns about the UNC Board of Elections — leading him to file an appeal with the UNC Student Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Will Hopping, the sophomore who filed a complaint against student body president Maurice Grier, filed an appeal with the UNC Student Supreme Court, alleging a fair hearing was not given.