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ASG travels to Rutgers to discuss college costs, shared governance

Erica Snow, Reporter

January 18, 2016

Filed under Campus, Student Government

Three Associated Student Government leaders traveled to a student government conference at Rutgers University this weekend to discuss campus issues including shared governance, mental health and college costs. ASG President Noah...

Students, faculty split over proposed academic calendar

Erica Snow, Reporter

January 14, 2016

Filed under Administration, Campus, Latest Stories

Students and faculty remain divided about the new quarter system timeline recommended by a task force’s findings released on Tuesday. The “10-5-5-10” calendar, which would split Winter Quarter into two five-week sessions...

ASG to train student group leaders on accessibility, inclusion

Shane McKeon, Assistant Campus Editor

June 5, 2015

Filed under Academic, Administration, Campus, Events, Latest Stories, Student Government, Student Groups

Associated Student Government leaders announced Wednesday plans to train student group leaders on issues of accessibility and inclusion. During the last Senate session of the year, SESP sophomore Matt Herndon, ASG’s vice...

Despite petition, Linzer unlikely to add more students to task force

Shane McKeon, Assistant Campus Editor

May 31, 2015

Filed under Administration, Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories, Student Government

Provost Daniel Linzer showed no support for a petition that asks him to put four more students on a task force examining undergraduate academic experience in an interview with The Daily on Friday. Linzer told The Daily that...

ASG continues push for credit requirements reduction

Shane McKeon, Assistant Campus Editor

May 8, 2015

Filed under Academic, Administration, Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories, Student Government

As the arrival of the new Weinberg dean approaches, ASG has issued a report calling on the school to reduce the number of credits students need to graduate, although it’s unclear whether the proposal has enough faculty suppo...