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CSG proposes non-discrimination revisions

BY ALYSSA BRANDON

Monday night, the Central Student Government Assembly met to consider a resolution to expand the University’s non-discrimination policy.
The resolution calls for amending the current non-discrimination policy to include provisions to protect students from discrimination based on relationship status or sexual expression.

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After appointment, new VP plans for successful term

BY TANAZ AHMED

When University students filled out their online ballots for Central Student Government officers last spring, LSA senior Emily Lustig wasn’t on the presidential ticket.

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CSG task force finds University mishandled Gibbons case

BY WILL GREENBERG

Two months after its formation, a special Central Student Government task force has issued its findings and recommendations in regards to the University’s handling of former Michigan football kicker Brendan Gibbons’ sexual misconduct case.

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Continued lawsuits stall CSG results

BY KRISTEN FEDOR

Business senior Matt Fernandez, rep-manager for Make Michigan, filed complaints against three other parties. Make Michigan is suing FORUM, the Party Party and the House of Cards Party for alleged campaign finance violations. Additionally, Make Michigan filed a complaint against FORUM for allegedly using e-mail privileges irresponsibly.

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LIVE STREAM: CSG Debate 2014 #umichvotes

BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Michigan Daily is hosting a live debate of many of the 2014 Central Student Government presidential candidates. All are welcome to attend the debate tonight at 1225 South Hall from 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Questions can be submitted remotely via Twitter by using #umichvotes.

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Central Student Government passes resolution supporting #BBUM

BY GIACOMO BOLOGNA

The Central Student Government Assembly solidified its support of the #BBUM movement Tuesday night, making diversity issues the top priority of its meeting.

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ForUM unveils platform centered on empowerment

BY WILL GREENBERG

At Tuesday night’s forUM mass meeting, Public Policy junior Carly Manes, forUM’s Central Student Government presidential candidate, and LSA junior Pavitra Abraham, forUM’s vice presidential candidate, introduced their party platform to recruit CSG representative candidates for the upcoming election.

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CSG faces budget decrease for student organization funding

BY GIACOMO BOLOGNA

A drop in enrollment and a stagnant student fee has hamstrung Central Student Government’s funding, which will likely award $36,000 less to student groups this semester than it did last semester.

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CSG collaborates for entrepreneurship launch

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

More than 60 student leaders and members of the University’s entrepreneurial community gathered in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union to kick-start the creation of a new academic program in entrepreneurship. Representing a diverse selection of schools and colleges, the attendees discussed ways a new program could best benefit the campus community.

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A NEW LEADER

Central Student Government anticipates increased student participation with new president

BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN

The search for a new University president lacked a student representative on the search committee. Now, the search is over and it seems that for University President-elect Mark Schlissel, improving communication with students will be a top priority.

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