Student Government

LSA sophomore Nicco Beltramo speaks on behalf of the Student Organization Funding Commission in CSG Chambers on March 8.

This article is the second part of an ongoing series of articles outlining specific initiatives of Central Student Government on campus.

LSA juniors Dan Sweeney and Evan Rosen are running for Central Student Government president and vice-president.

Despite being outsiders to Central Student Government, LSA juniors Evan Rosen and Dan Sweeney are ready to make waves on the University of Michigan campus as elected leaders. Rosen and Sweeney are running for president and vice president, respectively, with Movement Party. 


To some, making the decision to run for a Central Student Government office without any prior experience within University of Michigan student governments and without a campaign plan may seem like a pretty big leap.

Members of CSG at the meeting in the CSG Chambers on March 7, 2017.

Fear crowded gyms no more.

Nicco Beltramo speaks on behalf of Student Organization Funding Commission at the CSG meeting at the CGS Chambers on Tuesday.

A resolution to support an academic holiday on Election Day for 2020 and all even-numbered years after that passed during Tuesday night’s Central Student Government meeting with 30 in favor, five opposed and none abstaining.

Nicholas Fadanelli and Ryan Gillcrist launch their campaign for respective president and vice president positions for LSA Student Government in Mason Hall on Tuesday.

On Tuesday night, LSA juniors Nicholas Fadanelli and Ryan Gillcrist announced they will be running for LSA Student Government president and vice president, respectively. Their campaign aims to put students first in all their future initiatives.

Central Student Government has been working with Michigan Dining and the Dean of Students Office to implements an emergency meal plan for off-campus students.

This article is part of an ongoing series of articles outlining specific initiatives of Central Student Government on campus.

LSA Senior David Schafer, Central Student Government president, speaks during a CSG meeting in the Pierpont East Room in November 2016.

University of Michigan Central Student Government representatives, along with representatives from other universities such as Michigan State University, Wayne State University, and Grand Valley State University, traveled to Lansing on Wednesday to meet with legislators to talk about the issue of

LSA student government meets in Mason Hall on Wednesday.

LSA Student Government hosted a meeting Wednesday evening to discuss resolutions relating to the Sexual Assault and Awareness Center and increasing resources for transfer students.

Engineering junior Tania Haddad oversees the meeting in the CSG Chambers on January 31, 2017.

During Central Student Government’s Tuesday meeting, a resolution to support the creation of a Middle Eastern and North African racial category on University of Michigan documents passed unanimously.