CUSG Legislative Council, which heard the student fee increase proposal, will look to approve a 2014-2015 budget next Thursday. By Gabriel Larsen-Santos
Student Governement Coverage
CU Student Government approved election reforms that call for, among other things, debates that are…
Unlike other colleges and universities, students at CU control some of the most expensive campus facilities and resources. By Alison Noon
After months of operating without bylaws, executive officers of the journalism school’s student government proposed a new set, giving the student body newfound voting power. By Alison Noon
The student representatives of the Journalism Board suspended their bylaws in December and have been operating without them since. By Alison Noon
Students and administrators from eight Colorado universities and colleges, including CU President Bruce Benson and a CU student government staffer, were among those who testified at the first hearing of the proposed College Affordability Act. By Alison Noon
CUSG adjourned under the impression that they’d given full approval to support a state higher-education bill. Then they counted again.
Despite ongoing construction, the opening of the Rec Center’s new southwest wing has been met with enthusiasm and increased attendance. By Gabriel Larsen Santos
CUI opinion writer Ryan Hite on the voting decisions CU students have been making in electing student government officials
University administrators built on a student government bill and initiated talks last winter of bringing fraternities back under the CU umbrella.
By Alison Noon