Tag: SG

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EDITORIAL: When can we expect a president?

ORACLE PHOTO/JACKIE BENITEZ It has been 48 days since results of the Student Government (SG) elections were announced. Still, no certified president. A string of grievances and accusations flying from both tickets has caused this election to be dragged out much longer than it should have been. Yes, the Senate […]

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Investigation request submitted regarding SG president

SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE An investigation request was submitted to the Ethics Committee of Student Government on Feb. 1 by vice-presidential candidate Logan Holland, claiming Student Body President Chris Griffin libeled Holland and his running mate, Ryan Soscia. The committee dismissed the request Wednesday due to an error on the […]

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SG looks to create sustainability council

Student Government (SG) Senate is expected to re-examine a bill Tuesday night that would create the Sustainability Recommendation Council. The council's goal would be to encourage policy and recommendations that are expected to benefit students while protecting the environment and human rights. Senate held off on a decision regarding the […]

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SG hosts off-campus housing event

The Province, along with eight other complexes in the USF area will be sending representatives to the Apartment and Business Expo on Tuesday to help students who are contemplating living off-campus. ORACLE PHOTO/JACKIE BENITEZ One of the first life-altering decisions college students have to make when they move away from […]

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Chris Griffin gives his second State of the Student Body Address

The student body is a mix of emotions from fear to excited to anticipation, according to Student Body President Chris Griffin in his second State of the Student Body Address on Tuesday night. While Griffin addressed some achievements of the semester — including a turnout to sporting events and the […]

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SG approves funding to replace Campus Rec equipment

The Student Government (SG) Senate unanimously passed a budget Tuesday night that will provide $177,437 for the Campus Recreation Center to replace broken equipment. The budget was presented to Senate last week, but it was tabled so senators could learn more about the issue. Sen. Juan Pablo Sanchez was a loud […]

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Student Senate votes on new gym equipment

  The Student Government (SG) Senate on Tuesday night overwhelmingly approved additional funding for equipment maintenance at the Campus Recreation Center and tabled a second request for the purchase of new cardio machines. Campus Rec requested $106,087 in Activity and Service (A&S) fees to conduct regular maintenance and $177,437 to […]

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Prepayment travel to return

ORACLE PHOTO/JACKIE BENITEZ Controversy erupted across campus after Student Business Services (SBS) announced last week that it would no longer offer prepaid travel for student organizations. However, that decision has been rescinded. Prepaid travel for student organizations will once again be an option for student organizations.  Originally, the policy was […]