Student Government

Central Student Government representatives rearrange their seating for a dialogue during the CSG Meeting Tuesday.

The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government convened Tuesday night to complete an Intergroup Relations training, address community concerns, and confirm election results.

Central Student Government President Daniel Greene delivers his State of the Campus address to students during the CSG meeting at Palmer Commons Tuesday night.

The University of Michigan Central Student Government convened Tuesday night to discuss goals for the semester, including promoting inclusivity and enhancing communication on campus. The CSG session confirmed 12 members for various leadership positions.

Central Student Government President Daniel Greene speaks during the CSG meeting Tuesday evening.

The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government met Tuesday night to pass a resolution to fund the Buses to Ballots initiative and another to help fund the Career Center’s JCPenney Suit Up event.

Members of Central Student Government discuss new proposed initiatives during their meeting in the Michigan League Tuesday evening.

The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government convened Tuesday night to introduce resolutions during their first meeting of the academic school year.

Last week, CSG unanimously passed a resolution that provides services for low income graduating seniors to receive free graduation photos and gowns.

Last week, Central Student Government unanimously passed a resolution that provides services to receive free graduation photos and gowns for low-income graduating seniors at the University of Michigan.

LSA senior Anushka Sarkar and Public Policy senior Nadine Jawad speak on their final days as CSG president and vice president at Expresso Royale Thursday.

When LSA senior Anushka Sarkar and Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad ran on the same ticket for executive seats on Central Student Government last winter, their platform highlighted the need to increase holistic repr

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New Central Student Government president and vice president, Public Policy junior Daniel Greene and LSA sophomore Izzy Baer, were sworn in for their first meeting Tuesday night. 

Central Student Government representatives are unable to meet due to pending litigation that prevents the election results from being certified.

Incoming Central Student Government representatives may not be able to officially gather until a week or more after their intended first meeting April 3 due to pending election litigation that prevents the cer

CSG representatives vote in the CSG Chambers of the Michigan Union Tuesday.

During the final meeting of the seventh council of Central Student Government at the University of Michigan, many representatives spoke about what CSG meant to them over the past year, the experiences and growth they will take away and concerns for future engagement.