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With Student Government elections right around the corner, students will soon be voting on several executive officer positions: student body president, vice president, speaker of the senate and treasurer. Each of these positions has specific responsibilities and roles which will affect the student body.
The role of Student Government Speaker of the Student Senate Davis Latham is in question following a constitutional challenge brought up on the floor in Wednesday night’s senate meeting.
Tuesday’s executive cabinet meeting, the last before filing for Student Government elections on Feb. 10th, addressed a few end-of-term items while also looking ahead.
The USC shuttle system, though considered the main mode of transportation for many on-and off-campus students, faces inconsistency and lack of accessibility, according to some.
Student Government’s executive cabinet met Tuesday to discuss preparations for the upcoming Student Government elections, as well as progress made on the secretary’s individual initiatives.
Tuesday night’s Student Government cabinet meeting revolved around two topics: initiatives completed over the break and those to come in the months ahead. Before beginning, chief of staff Sam Mayberry, the meeting's leader, said she was excited to hear everyone’s plans for this semester.
With a new decade beginning, the time is ripe to set new goals. Over the last semester, Student Body President Luke Rankin and his staff have been working towards an endgame: the goals outlined by Rankin’s campaign.
Grace Cooney arrived at the University of South Carolina in fall 2016 straight out of the university’s pre-medical high school summer program. Since then, the pursuit of her ideal medical career has continued unabated, manifesting itself most recently in the award of a $30,000 Rotary Global Grant.
Over the last few weeks, several young men have been sitting on Davis Field in a purple tent. These young men represent Delta Tau Delta, a social fraternity that was suspended from campus until last August.