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University of South Carolina's Student Government ran out of funding from student activity fees earlier this spring, leaving student organizations unable to apply for funding for the rest of the school year. This is the first time this has happened in several years, according to Student Body Treasurer Hannah Augsbach Lamma.
The Party for Socialism and Liberation held a rally on Greene Street on Wednesday to call for an end to bigotry, the rejection of fascism and the abolition of a capitalistic society in response to a perceived threat of gun violence the group received at an interest meeting on April 3.
Na'Kiya Tye was chairwoman of the powers and responsibilities committee when one of the senators on her committee told her that her roommate offered to "go Klu Klux Klan" on a senator. She said that when she reported it to housing, she was told there was nothing they could do. Hearing about this encouraged Tye to seek out new ways to hold students accountable for racism on campus.
The Party for Socialism and Liberation Carolinas announced in a statement on Instagram Thursday that a student threatened attendees with an act of gun violence at an anti-racist event they held Monday in Russell House.
USC students marched from Davis Field to the steps of the Statehouse Wednesday to protest various social issues they see on campus, including racism and feeling unheard by the university.
Student Body President Reedy Newton gave a State of the Student Body address on March 16 on the Russell House patio, where she gave updates from her programming events and accomplishments of her administration.
After legislation to limit spending on Student Government campaigns was halted during this year’s elections, candidates have voiced mixed opinions on how to create the most fair and level playing field for future elections.
Emmie Thompson will become the next student body president, the elections commissioner announced on Wednesday.
The Daily Gamecock partnered with SGTV to moderate the Student Government executive office candidate’s debate Wednesday night at the Russell House ballroom.
The two candidates for speaker of the student senate said they want to focus on creating a positive culture in the student senate and advocating for the student body.
Along with announcing the candidates for Student Government executive offices, elections commissioners John Hladun, Ewan Thompson and Ashutosh Arora announced an injunction on campaign spending limits during the official candidates meeting on Thursday.
The student senate voted to remove Speaker pro tempore Ian Herd and appointed senator Aden Lloyd in Herd's place during their session on Feb. 8.
The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL), an organization working to transition the United States from capitalism to socialism, organized a vigil for Tyre Nichols outside of Columbia City Hall Sunday evening.
The student senate overrode Student Body President Reedy Newton’s veto of a bill that caps campaign spending for Student Government candidates on Wednesday. The senate did not challenge Newton's other veto of a bill that would allow the senate to go into executive session for debate about candidates for appointed Student Government positions.
USC students gathered outside of the Statehouse Saturday as former President Donald Trump spoke inside to invitees and members of the media. Some students showed their support for Trump, while others were there to protest his presence.
Speaker of the student senate Natalie Trimble announced Wednesday during the weekly senate session that the executive officers of Student Government are working out a discrepancy between the Student Government constitution and codes about how much time the student body president has to sign or veto a bill.
The Daily Gamecock reached out to all seven candidates for the 2022 executive office in Student Government for comment on the amount they spent on their campaign and their thoughts on a recent student senate bill capping campaign spending.
Students gathered at the center of the Horseshoe and marched to Greene Street on Friday in protest of racist culture and what they see as inaction from USC administration.
On Wednesday night, the Student Government elections commission announced the results of the referendum to bring back the position of student body treasurer and create a student senate delegation for CarolinaLIFE. The referendum passed with 387 "yes" votes and 58 "no" votes.
Speaker of the USC student senate Noah Glasgow is resigning effective Jan. 18 to pursue an internship with the U.S. Department of State. The position will be filled by current Speaker pro tempore of the student senate Natalie Trimble.