Student Government

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The University of Michigan Central Student Government’s 10th Assembly was sworn in over BlueJeans by third year Law student Henry Zurn Tuesday night.

Public Policy junior Amanda Kaplan and LSA junior Sav Nandigama will serve as Central Student Government president and vice president, per early reports.

Public Policy junior Amanda Kaplan and LSA junior Sav Nandigama will serve as president and vice president of the Central Student Government’s 10th Assembly.

Kaplan and Nandigama ran with the party Mobilize, with a platform focused on sustainability, affordability, accessibility, student wellness and preparing for the 2020 U.S. presidential debate being held on campus in October.

CSG discusses funding at its virtual meeting

The University of Michigan Central Student Government’s Ninth Assembly held its last meeting virtually through a BlueJeans video conference Tuesday night.

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The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government will hold elections March 25-26 online.

The Michigan Daily sat down with the candidates for LSA Student Government ahead of the start of voting Monday morning.

April 1 and 2, University of Michigan students will be able to vote for the LSA Student Government president and vice president.

Michigan Central Student Government elections will take place on March 25 and 26.

Though students are scattered across the globe as classes move online for the semester, the University of Michigan Central Student Government will still hold elections online this Wednesday and Thursday, March 25-26. Here is what you need to know.

With students leaving, Central Student Government campaigns are changing their campaigning techniques to online ones.

With many University of Michigan students off-campus due to fears about the spread of coronavirus, candidates running in the Central Student Government election next week have based their efforts to conn

Represent Michigan joined the race for the University of Michigan Central Student Government (CSG) election taking place next Wednesday and Thursday.

Represent Michigan joined the race for the University of Michigan Central Student Government (CSG) election taking place next Wednesday and Thursday.

Rackham student Hayden Jackson speaks at at Central Student Government meeting

The University of Michigan Central Student Government held its first meeting since the end of in-person classes, using the video conference platform BlueJeans Tuesday night.

CSG President Ben Gerstein says the executive budget has been reallocated to emergency support services

According to a statement from Ben Gerstein, president of Central Student Government (CSG), the CSG executive branch has transitioned its funds to support emergency resources within the University.

Services that the CSG budget will go towards include the Maize and Blue Cupboard, a food pantry based in Betsy Barbour Residence Hall for students, and the Dean of Students’ Student Emergency Funds.