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A bill coming to the senate floor tonight proposes changes to the Associated Student Government (ASG) constitution. These changes would remove Article III, which concerns the duties and composition of student court, and redefine the checks on the power of senate and its committees.
Associated Student Government (ASG) passed a resolution supporting in-person union representation at new employee orientations during senate session April 2. Senators also held a Q&A session with Senior Director of Food and Beverage Geno Svec.
Student Court found the Gaby Meissner and Hunter Meacham student body president ticket not guilty of campaigning during a campaign ban at a hearing on Monday.
Students from Associated Student Government (ASG) and Hillel, the association of Jewish students at Miami, have co-written a bill to "define and condemn" anti-Semitism. Hillel has also been working with ASG to reform the current university bias reporting system through a separate bill.
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.
Two tickets will advance to the Student Body President run-off election: Gaby Meissner (SBP) and Hunter Meacham (VP) and Jaylen Perkins (SBP) and Dante Rossi (VP). This election had the highest student turnout in recent years since voting moved to the Hub in 2015.
Associate Student Government (ASG) Senator Worley Stidham resigned from his position on Monday, March 18, in light of his potential impeachment at today's senate session.
Associated Student Government (ASG) voted to pass two bills to change the structure and operations of its Oversight Committee and to adjust the wording of its recently drafted non-discrimination statement during senate session on Tuesday, March 12.
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.
Six contestants danced and mingled their way through the Dolibois room in Shriver Center Thursday night, all vying for the title of Nice Jewish Boy.
Miami's Associated Student Government (ASG) unanimously approved a resolution to reaffirm support for placing menstrual hygiene receptacles in women's restrooms in residence halls at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 26.
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.
Miami senior Nikki McGlosson seems to be at ease anywhere: from the printmaking studio in Hiestand Hall where she spends most of her time, to dozens of feet in the air on a ribbon attached to the ceiling.
In an unexpected move, Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG) elected a first-year to its leadership, confirming political science major Benjamin Mitsch as Speaker Pro Tempore at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 12. Senators also rejected ASG's Red Brick Rewards funding system at the meeting.
Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG) filled eight of its 11 open seats, swearing in seven new senators and a new Secretary for On-Campus Affairs, at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 5.
In 1983, Miami University created DARs, the Degree Audit Reporting System, to help students keep track of the classes they needed to take in order to graduate. The university developed the technology and began licensing software to other colleges two years later.
Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG) heard from University President Greg Crawford and passed two bills, establishing a Secretary of Safety and supporting a more flexible swipe meal plan at their meeting Tuesday, Jan. 29.
The Miami Art Museum kicked off the new semester by opening three new exhibitions: "Outside the Box," "More Than an Object" and "40 at 40."
Phyllis Callahan, Miami University's provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, will retire by the end of 2019.