Tuesday’s Central Student Government meeting featured guest speakers from the Academic Innovation office to discuss future plans for University of Michigan-sponsored websites. The body also discussed allocating $600 of their budget for self-promotion on Facebook.
Central Student Government discussed a resolution stating the body’s support against the possible deportation of an immigrant activist Tuesday night, leading to a debate on the legality of lobbying versus advocacy.
At its Tuesday assembly meeting, Central Student Government announced a new mental health survey that will be distributed to University of Michigan faculty and brought a resolution to the floor that aims to attract more freshmen students to the body.
With the presidential election only weeks away, Voice Your Vote, a Central Student Government commission, organized a residence hall crawl last week where volunteers went door to door in freshman dorms to encourage students to register to vote.