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UGS debates addendum to clarify Student Conduct Charter

The Undergraduate Senate (UGS) debated an addendum to the 2023 Student Conduct Charter that will more specifically delineate the three tiers of disciplinary review, at its meeting last Tuesday.  The Student Conduct Charter replaced the…


UGS debates free speech on campus, Full Moon on the Quad

Following the shutdown of overnight demonstrations at White Plaza over the weekend, the Undergraduate Senate (UGS) debated new free speech policies related to student protest during their meeting Tuesday night. They were joined by Samuel…


UGS passes resolution supporting student-athletes

After four weeks of discussion, the Undergraduate Senate (UGS) unanimously passed the Joint Resolution on Support for Student-Athletes. The bill intends to aid student-athletes during the integration process into the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), which…


UGS addresses term limits and airport shuttles

The Undergraduate Senate (UGS) debated a resolution to remove term limits for the ASSU financial manager, a move to make airport shuttles permanent and updates on the presidential search at their Tuesday meeting. Currently, the…


UGS seeks to increase academic accommodations for student-athletes

On Tuesday, the Undergraduate Senate (UGS) co-chair Diego Kagurabadza ‘25 introduced a resolution that would encourage the University to “reassess and update” academic accommodations for student athletes.  According to Kagurabadza, after Stanford announced it joined…


UGS funds On Call Café

The Undergraduate Senate (UGS) unanimously approved a bill that established On Call as an ASSU Service Organization per Article VIII, Section 1 of the Joint By-Laws, granting the On Call Café privileges such as financial…