Tag Archives: Student Government

Student Government: Your questions answered

You might be wondering what student government is really like? What does Student Government actually do? Speaking as a Student Government senator myself, it’s quite simple.

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A statement on chapel from the student body president

The administrators at UNW do recognize the students’ voices and have purposefully put in place a system to allow and even encourage you to share your concerns.

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Letter to the editor: Concerning Student Government

I feel it is important to respond to the article about the Student Government election process. Student Government does not take issues concerning the constitution lightly. Last year our group reviewed and edited the constitution of our body. This was a task done with great diligence and each revision was given careful consideration. There are a couple of misconceptions about election proceedings that need to be addressed.

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Did student government election violate constitution?

One of the necessary components to any governmental organization are the written documents that lay out how the leadership, structure and procedures for that organization operate. Student government, like the United States government, has a constitutional document that is the foundation for the beliefs, operations and standards by which that organization is run. Following that […]

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Miller elected 2015/2016 student body vice president

By Lindsay Floyd During the 2015-2016 University of Northwestern – St. Paul school year, Samuel Miller will be serving as student body vice-president, alongside President Kaela Venberg as a result of the recent student government elections. Miller, presently a sophomore biochemistry major from Crookston, Minnesota, served as a senator on student government and has experience […]

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