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Connor Shaw, IUSA press secretary and co-sponsor of the resolution, said
the resolution was passed in an effort to allow executives to spend
part of the budget during the summer for necessary expenses.
The IU Graduate and Professional Student Organization decided at its
general assembly meeting Friday to keep the budget as close to last
year’s as possible despite cuts in University funds.
Students involved in the IU Student Association Freshman Internship
Program have spent the semester working with executive and senior
members of IUSA to learn the nuances of student government.
Every year since 2005, the University has budgeted $100,000 to pay
for the Readership Program, an IUSA initiative offering daily copies of
the New York Times and USA Today to students. However, the program spends significantly less than its budget.
Representatives from the IU Student Association co-sponsored a
resolution at the annual Association of Big Ten Schools conference
supporting tuition equality for undocumented residents in Indiana and
throughout the Big Ten.
IU Student Association introduced amendments to expand the language of the Indiana Lifeline Law on Jan. 22.
IU students will soon be able to access a new online marketplace for
buying and selling textbooks, an alternative to campus bookstores.
IUSA’s agenda this week included
plans for a new Union Lounge, an update in sexual assault fund
runs and a new recycling bin initiative.
Ten minority students gathered for a Diversity Roundtable Thursday night with the IU
Student Association to talk about problems and isolation they had faced
A new amendment to the Lifeline Law now extends its protection to those reporting a sexual assault.
IUSA met Wednesday to discuss ordering Google Glass, promotion of IUanyWare and electing new Congress members.
The IUSA-sponsored transportation service SafeRide, which started more than a year ago, ended this weekend.
The IUSA Election Commission organized the first of three campus-wide
callouts Tuesday night in the Indiana Memorial Union Oak Room.
An organization aimed at promoting safety and well-being on campus,
Culture of Care was started through IUSA in 2011-12.
After several slow years of GPSO, the newly-reelected Brady Harman said he focused this year’s term on making the assembly more active, organizing committees and increasing campus involvement, creating a “culture of advocacy.”
One of the tickets in the running in IUSA elections have dropped out, leaving PLUS for IUSA unopposed.
With the passing of the application deadline, PLUS for IUSA remains the
only executive ticket running in the IU Student Association election.
IUSA only has one ticket running this election, PLUS for IUSA.
The IU Student Association Congress passed a resolution Sunday night to alter the election code to increase voter turnout and reduce bias at the polling stations.
The polls closed at 10 p.m. Wednesday, and PLUS for IUSA will be the
administration for next year after running unopposed for the entire