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ASG supports health center student parking, approves constitutional amendment

(04/16/19 9:00am)

After a struggle over a bill with no author to present it, Associated Student Government (ASG) unanimously voted to support free student parking near the Student Health Service (SHS). Senate also approved the constitutional amendment removing student court-related language and voted to support the creation of an Oxford city ordinance that would impose a five to 25 cent fee on single-use plastic bags, a range recommended by Environmental Protection Agency.

Half of senate absent from meeting, hindering progress

(04/02/19 9:00am)

Despite a brief interruption in the senate session March 19 because there were not enough voting members in the senate chamber, Associated Student Government (ASG) passed two resolutions. One supports financial assistance to cover break housing costs, and the other is a bill that would give municipalities, like the city of Oxford, the authority to require liquor providers to implement software that scans IDs to ensure only those 21 and older are permitted to drink.

ASG passes measures in support of Uptown Wi-Fi and inclusive pronouns

(03/12/19 9:00am)

Senators in Associated Student Government (ASG) approved a resolution to support free wireless access Uptown and a bill to encourage the use of preferred pronouns in official senate communications during their meeting on March 5. Senate also approved the final funding allocations for the semester.

ASG approves Red Brick Rewards changes, holds elections for open seats

(02/26/19 10:01am)

After rejecting the Red Brick Rewards funding system the week before, Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG) approved an amended version of the system for this semester. ASG also elected five new senators, four of whom are first-year students and one who is an international student, at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 19.