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CSG proposes new system for honor code revision process

BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN

In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, the Central Student Government Assembly passed a resolution that called on the administration to grant the elected body the power to screen all proposed amendments to the University’s Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities.

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Central Student Government, Interfraternity Council launch late-night bus route

BY WILL GREENBERG

The “Night Owl” bus route, a new service provided by Central Student Government and the Interfraternity Council, launched its new late-night route Thursday.

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CSG meetings consumed by election reform

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

As the current administration gears up for the winter semester, elected representatives may not accomplish as much as other assemblies have in the past, judging by the volume of legislation passed.

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Central Student Government elections to fill recently vacated seats

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

This cycle, there are six available seats on the CSG assembly: two from Rackham Graduate School, two from LSA, one from the School of Information and one from the School of Public Health. Two parties are running candidates — the Defend Affirmative Action Party and forUM — along with some independent candidates.

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School governments working on branding, housing and syllabi

BY WILL GREENBERG

The University’s student governments are looking to regroup and move forward this year as each school heads its own projects and increases cooperative efforts.

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Social justice focus of CSG partnership

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

The Central Student Government has joined forces with the South Asian Awareness Network to advance social justice on campus.

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Central Student Government seeks input from students on search

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

To maximize student input in the search for the next University president, LSA student government has created a survey to determine what qualities the college’s students seek in President Mary Sue Coleman’s successor.

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Central Student Government passes fall budget

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

Implementing an agenda on campus doesn’t come cheap.
With lower-than-expected total student enrollment for this academic year — 38,125 students — to contribute to student government dues and about $50,000 less than expected from last semester’s carry-over, the Central Student Government budgeted $301,104 for the fall semester.

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Leaders to give input on presidential search

BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

In an effort to increase student influence in the search for the next University president, the University Council brought forward a resolution to establish a separate student committee that would assist the presidential search advisory committee in its work.

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