The Central Student Government’s Campus Inclusion Commission, which disbanded last semester after its 11 members resigned following a conflict between the commission's chair and the executive commission, has been reinstated with the appointment of LSA junior Kendall Poindexter as the new chair.
During Monday's meeting, several community members as well as representatives from Friends of Ann Arbor Wildlife in Nature spoke against the cull, urging City Council to reconsider the closing of parks.
In addition to protesting cull, members of FAAWN also noted strong opposition to the planned closing of the city parks. During the cull, 26 parks were originally scheduled to close for a period of three months.
Finals season is upon us. Whether you enjoy spending late nights in the UGLi, or waking up early to hit Hatcher, students across campus may be experiencing more stress as the semester comes to a close. The Michigan Daily has four tips that may provide some much-needed help and support.
Calls to remove a Central Student Government representative after members of Students Allied for Freedom and Democracy questioned his conduct at their Diag demonstration continued to generate discussion at Tuesday’s CSG meeting — even after the body’s ethics commission decided Monday it would not seek disciplinary measures.