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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.

Status of Greek, club sports, a cappella groups uncertain with ACJC ruling

The ruling stemmed from an April 21 appeal by several students that alleged Greek organizations, a capella groups, and club sports teams discriminate by gender and therefore violate the SA Constitution.

Tampons and pad effort stabilizes

Since then, Floto said, SA has seen the usage of tampons and pads decline to more reasonable rates.

Senator seeks to improve international student life

The International Students Project involves the creation of a committee of students who will discuss and work on several subprojects as well as listen to and address the concerns of current international students.

Student documentary recognizes dining workers

The eight-minute documentary brought together all parts of the dining experience, incorporating interviews with students, workers, and Director of Campus Dining Services and Auxiliary Operations Cameron Shauf.

Tampons initiative off to rocky start

In its first two weeks of its rollout as the 5K Challenge winner, the Pads and Tampons Initiative has seen over half of those funds sapped.

Failed SA prank angers students

Students were left reeling last Sunday in the wake of an April Fools’ Day prank gone wrong.

Here’s where they’ve been

Last December, we asked SA President Vito Martino and Vice President Lance Floto where they’d been after failing to live up to the expectations they’d set for themselves during last spring’s election.

Button walk aims for accessibility

Campus Services Committee Chair and senior Dan Matthews, was inspired by the Walk for Light last fall.

SA Constitution rewrite tabled for the semester

The decision follows several weeks of contentious discussion at Senate meetings and a lack of transparency for both senators and the student body.