Central Student Government announced Tuesday afternoon a new pilot policy requiring Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement training workshops for student organization leaders on campus seeking more than $1,000.
Though many of the campaign promises made by the newMich platform were attacked as idealistic by their opposition, the University of Michigan Central Student Government’s administration led by President David Schafer, LSA senior, and Vice President Micah Griggs, LSA senior, has laid conside
With the fall semester coming to a close, Central Student Government has set the groundwork for campaign initiatives it hopes to carry out next year, including engaging more with the student body through scholarships and an anti-racism campaign called “It Starts with Me.”
By Any Means Necessary, a national coalition that aims to defend affirmative action, immigrant rights and equality, visited Central Student Government to show support for a resolution for undocumented students on campus during their Tuesday meeting.
Central Student Government executives asked CSG members for donations toward CSG’s Leadership Engagement Scholarship at their Tuesday meeting through Giving Blueday, and CSG President David Schafer and CSG Vice President Micah Griggs, LSA seniors, discussed how to encourage more students to
This week, Central Student Government held its midterm elections for the University of Michigan Police Department oversight board and representatives of the Engineering, Rackham, Architecture, Law, Natural Resources and Public Health schools.
At their weekly meeting Tuesday, Central Student Government voted 34 to 13 to reject a resolution that would have called on the University of Michigan to divest its investments in several companies that allegedly commit human rights violations against Palestinians.
Fourteen of the candidates for LSA Student Government’s elected representative positions presented their platforms, which included expanding physical and mental health awareness on campus, increasing campus safety, and expanding dining hall hours, Monday night in a candidate forum.