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A dissent against Senate’s decision on Equestrian

Senators, readers, and anyone else who gives a damn about extracurricular activities at this school: All the team is asking you for is one more yes vote. It’s asking you to let it increase its own dues to pay for a sport that its members love. It’s asking you to give it the time to implement a sustainable funding solution. It’s asking you to let it keep existing. It’s asking you to give it a chance.

With secret vote on Equestrian’s future, SA Government betrayed the public’s trust

Accountability within SA Government is a pipe dream.

The fatal flaw in SA’s new transparency bill

There’s a piece of legislation that’s just made its way through the SA Government system, and it’s about transparency.

Longtime student leader Lindsay Wrobel resigns for medical leave

Wrobel had previously served as both the Senate’s speaker and deputy speaker.

SA and UR team up on DACA fund

The long-term nature of the fund extends its use from purchasing books to things like the nearly $500 fees that had been associated with DACA renewal

SA creates minority student cabinet position

The minority student affairs liaison position differs from the typical executive director position in that the individual in the role will not be heading a committee.

Pads and Tampons Initiative returns

The initiative received a big boost last Monday when the SA Senate unanimously voted to reallocate funds from the City Cycles program to funding for pads and tampons.

SA plows ahead after constitutional flub

The former decision would have resulted in SA needing to vote again on all motions made this semester.

SA shirks its duty and sets a poor precedent

C’mon. SA Senate’s casual neglect in allowing someone to serve illegally for about five weeks this semester — rendering unconstitutional every…

Here’s the background, and possible effects, of ACJC’s recent ruling

Moving forward, SA will either have to amend its constitution, drag its feet in the ACJC ordered review, or follow through on the order from ACJC in full.