On Feb. 12 and 13, UM’s Freshman Forum hosted Be My Vallo Valentine outside of Anna Irvin Dining Hall. The event was aimed at selling candy grams to raise money for SafeHouse of Shelby County, an organization dedicated to...Read More
On Tuesday, Oct. 24, SGA hosted the academic year’s first Town Hall in Farmer Hall’s meeting room. The night featured two speakers: UM’s new provost, Dr. James McDonald and Library Director Charlotte Ford. McDonald spoke first...Read More
During the spring semester of 2016, the SGA Senate voted in favor of a resolution to support implementing a $50 housing and residence facilities maintenance fee. Once enacted, the money collected from that fee was to be put into...Read More
Additions to University policy made by the Board of Trustees extend protection on both gender and religious expression, pending review by a legal team. Learn more about the decision and opinions from those involved in Issue 11’s top story.Read More
The UM Student Government Association (SGA)’s Carnival for a Cure event supports cancer research as part of their W.O.W.(What’s On this Weekend) event for October.Read More
In terms of improvements, Swokowski hopes to see more students staying through the weekends to “make it less of a suitcase school.” She also hopes to further school spirit in the athletic department.Read More
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