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Campus briefing: justice confirmed, film club acknowledged

Arielle Martinez November 24, 2014
The Undergraduate Student Government senate unanimously confirmed freshman political science major Andrei Moraru as an associate justice of the USG judiciary in its half-hour meeting on Thursday.
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I work over 60 hours every single week and could use some help because I still cant get everything done in that amount of time even with two other people working twenty hours every week, Michaud said. (MANJU SHIVACHARAN / THE STATESMAN)

Campus briefing: USG assistant hours adjusted

Arielle Martinez November 18, 2014
The Undergraduate Student Government senate unanimously approved new bylaws for the USG executive council, which capped the number of hours per week that executive council assistants can work.
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USG senate disbands ASAB, officially recognizes new clubs

Arielle Martinez October 20, 2014
The USG senate passed new bylaws for the senate and the Student Activities Board, effectively dissolving the Agency of the Student Activities Board and the Office of Law Revision, on Thursday evening.
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Campus Briefing: USG to control appointments to non-USG committees

Arielle Martinez September 4, 2014
The Undergraduate Student Government senate passed a last minute addition to the agenda Thursday evening: an act that creates a procedure for appointing undergraduates to committees outside of USG.
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Clubs struggle to roll with the punches as hiccups block budget applications

Clubs struggle to roll with the punches as hiccups block budget applications

Chelsea Katz July 18, 2014
Channeling one’s inner Bruce Lee is not cheap. It requires gloves, kicking pads and body guards. It is something that Stony Brook’s Martial Arts Association knows first-hand.
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Campus Briefing: revised summer budget passes after initial hiccups

Kelly Zegers June 12, 2014
The Undergraduate Student Government failed to pass a revised summer budget when it held an emergency senate meeting on Friday evening, June 6.
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Women’s Club Soccer lands new coach

Brendan Jones April 2, 2014
In years past the Stony Brook women’s club soccer team lacked leadership both on the field and from the sidelines. The recent hiring of new head coach Frank Crocombe has these girls feeling newly motivated to play the game they love, but they are not the only ones who are happy with the change.
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Senator Brian McIlvian explains increasing the Student Activity Fee. (MIKE PEDERSEN / THE STATESMAN)

Campus briefing: Student Activity Fee increases

Kelly Zegers April 3, 2013

At this week’s USG senate meeting, President Anna Lubitz presented her choices for members of the upcoming SUNY Assembly. The nominations of Steve Adelson for Executive Council, CJ Kottuppally for...

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Solution for grant controversy

The Statesman April 23, 2012
An ad-hoc committee created by the Undergraduate Student Government has come up with a partial solution to the controversy of the National Tournament Grant, which has been found by the senate to be unconstitutional.
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Students protest USG financial revisions

The Statesman April 9, 2012
More than 60 students, mostly from sports clubs on campus, gathered outside of the Undergraduate Student Government's Legislative Review Committee's meeting on March 28 to protest a proposed revision to the Financial Bylaws.
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