Student Government

On Tuesday, Central Student Government released the second of two statements this week supporting Black students after racially charged posters were found on the University of Mi

The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government released a statement on its Facebook page Friday in solidarity with Eastern Michigan University and several cities where allegations of racially charged police brutality have been raised, most

Students listen to speakers at the CSG meeting in the Michigan Union on Tuesday.

Faced with a changing city landscape and student anxiety about high off-campus housing costs, Central Student Government has begun exploring options for cooperation with city government to address the issue.

The report, which breaks down the assembly by a number of factors including race, gender, sexuality and family income, comes after campaign promises from CSG President David Schaefer, an LSA senior, to bolster diversity efforts in student government.

Central Student Government members wait for the CSG meeting to begin in CSG chambers on September 13, 2016.

During their assembly meeting Tuesday night, Central Student Government discussed several resolutions, including the launch of a college readership program and the creation of a Constitutional Convention, a new committee specifically design to amend and create new amendments to the All-Camp

Lindsey LaForest, Kinesology and Ross School of Business Student Representative, attends a Central Student Government meeting in the CSG Chambers on Monday.

The University of Michigan Council — an assembly of student government executives from schools across campus — met for the first time in two years Monday evening.

LSA sophomore Ingrid Lindquist hands out pizza to students at the CSG tailgate on Saturday at Elbel Field.

The University of Michigan Central Student Government hosted its third sober tailgate Saturday on Elbel Field in an attempt to prevent alcohol-related incidents during late-starting football games. 

The University of Michigan Board of Regents voted in favor of reinstating Section VII — which details the role of student input in University decision making — into the UM bylaws Thursday afternoon, after continual efforts to push through the resolution.

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