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Students and Senators Speak at Melanin Week Bill Second Reading

Students and Senators Speak at Melanin Week Bill Second Reading

February 5, 2021

Students and Senators Speak at Melanin Week Bill''s Second Reading Report/film/edit/write: Samantha Romero By Sabrina Salovitz Assistant Editor Anger, disappointment, exhaustion and betrayal were the...

Black Students Speak During Tuesdays BSA protest

Black Students Speak During Tuesday’s BSA protest

February 4, 2021

  The Black Student Alliance held a protest on Tuesday February 2nd regarding comments of last week's Student Government meeting revising the "Melanin Week" bill. Video: Michelle Alvarez, Samantha...

Evolution Campaign Wins the 2020 Student Government Elections

Evolution Campaign Wins the 2020 Student Government Elections

February 28, 2020

  The Student Government Elections were hosted February 25th-17th. Jacob Goldman and Alyssa Fleischer won with a total of 900 out of 1,601 total student votes. Reporter: Samantha Romero Videographer:...

Duran Cameron talks about his Student Government Campaign

Duran Cameron talks about his Student Government Campaign

February 20, 2020

  Duran Cameron Elevate campaign talks about their initiative and plans for the future of FGCU. Producer: Avalon Gordy Videographer: Sam Romero and Patrick Pereira Editor: Avalon Gordy Reporter:...

Back to the drawing board: The life and times of the FGCU Alumni bench bill

October 24, 2018

Student Government has submitted a new bill for the Alumni Traditions Bench – just a few hours after the Supreme Court overturned the original bill. The new bill, Senate Bill 1819-027: Traditions Bench,...

Two independent candidates run for student senator positions

March 2, 2016

Out of the 58 students running for the chance to become a Student Government senator, there are only two candidates not aligning themselves with a specific party. Sophomore political science major Logan...

Jack Emmer is running against current SG president Thieldens Elneus.

EN poll predicts Emmer to win Student Government elections

March 2, 2016

The race for a spot on the executive branch of Student Government began Tuesday, Feb. 23 when two parties, The Nest and FGCUnited, began campaigning. A week later, students favor a specific candidate in...

Constitution changes: What students may not know they’re voting on

March 2, 2016

FGCU’s Student Government is conducting its elections this week online and in person through Thursday, March 3. Along with the president and vice president selection and the senators representing each...

At FGCU your vote matters when choosing the next Student Government party for office

March 1, 2016

While the excitement of the U.S. presidential elections is underway, FGCU is having its own election process as the 2016 opposing Student Government parties are duking it out for power. Current SG president...

The T-Meter: How did FGCU’s ‘Synergy’ party do?

February 12, 2016

As the academic year will soon come to an end at FGCU, so will Thieldens Elneus’s year as Student Government president. How did he and his cabinet do? Running unopposed in the Synergy party last...

Three RSO bills pass, butterfly garden idea introduced at Feb. 2 SG Senate meeting

February 3, 2016

Student Government Senate met on Tuesday, Feb. 2 in Cohen Center 249 to discuss several bills that were presented to the organization by various RSOs on campus. The first bill discussed, the FGCU Eagles...

SG elections move online

January 28, 2016

In 2015, only six percent of the FGCU student body participated in Student Government elections. This year, Ian Knight, the supervisor of elections in the Election Rules Committee, is positive half of...

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