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Transition underway as USG swearing-in approaches

As their swearing-in date of April 4 approaches, newly elected Undergraduate Student Government president Andrew Jackson and vice president Sophie Chang are mapping out their administration’s ambitions and aspirations in the coming weeks. Jackson, a third-year in Spanish and political science, and Chang, a third-year ...

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USG’s textbook resolution passes in University Senate

Undergraduate Student Government took its first major step toward initiating its textbook affordability call to action after a vote in the University Senate Wednesday afternoon passed a resolution pertaining to faculty textbook orders. The resolution, sponsored by USG and passed by the University Senate unanimously, ...

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Andrew Jackson, Sophie Chang win USG election

Undergraduate Student Government’s next president will be Andrew Jackson, a third-year in Spanish and political science. Jackson and his running mate, Sophie Chang, a third-year in environment, economy, sustainability and development, were announced as the winners of the 2017 election Thursday night. With 45 percent ...

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Representation, mental health focus of USG debate

Representation, mental health focus of USG debate The three remaining Undergraduate Student Government presidential campaigns took turns fielding questions from USG adviser and debate moderator Matt Couch Thursday night throughout an hour-long debate that gave candidates one last chance to get their message out to ...

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