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USG Briefs

Gillian Seaman

Issue date: 10/2/09 Section: News
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Tuesday's Undergraduate Student Government General Assembly featured another round of elections. There were available positions on the executive board for the vice president of information technology, the College of Arts and Science caucus, and the Case School of Engineering caucus.

Representative Schuyler Thompson defeated Matt Napfel for the vice president of IT position. He stated that he planned on upgrading the USG website and working with ITS to ensure that the last student social security numbers are removed from campus employees' computers.

Sophomores Dennis Matthews and Emily MacEachern were elected to the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Engineering caucuses, respectively. MacEachern stated that she was particularly interested in changing the SAGES requirements for engineering majors during her tenure in USG.

Unfortunately, this will not be the end of elections as two other representatives resigned. There are positions available in both the arts and science and school of engineering caucuses.

In other election news, the election commission held the Storrs representative election run-off. With 45 percent of the eligible voters participating, freshmen Kevin Moeller won with Andrew Brown as the runner up.

Vice president of student life Minh-Tri Nguyen announced several foci for the committee during the upcoming year including campus printing, designated smoking areas, lighting tours, overall campus safety and maintenance of campus maps.

Nguyen also welcomed Wen Lei and Chen Chiang as the committee's new international student ambassadors, and Christiane Mhanna (a commuter member-at-large) to the student life committee.

"With their help, I hope to tackle a few issues that relate to the different student populations on campus," he said.

Most importantly, Nguyen urged students to receive the free flu vaccinations the campus is providing. The vaccinations will be available Oct.7, Oct.13, Oct.14, Oct.15, Oct.28, Nov. 10 and 11.
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  • Homecoming at CWRU
  • Preparing for 2009's local and state elections
  • President Barbara Snyder engages the student body in first-ever student State of the University address
  • RAD classes aim to protect students
  • Six CWRU students test positive for H1N1
  • Students celebrate sustainability at campus-wide GreenFest

Sports

  • At least Anderson keeps it close
  • First round robin puts Spartans in driver's seat
  • Football Gameday: Case vs. Wooster
  • For Denison QB, first test is daunting
  • Judges bring Spartans down to earth

Fun Page

  • Combo Scramble Solution
  • Crossword Solution
  • Maze Solution
  • Sudoku Solutions

Opinion

  • Drastic healthcare reform unnecessary, wasteful
  • Editorial: USG must take action, stem abundance of resignations
  • Moore's Capitalism: an undeserved bully pulpit
  • Recycling: getting to know your plastics
  • State sex education legislation provides needed overhaul
  • State your case: what do you do on a rainy day?

Focus

  • Acappella for Africa successful fundraiser for Global Medical Initiative, showcases CWRU's multiude of a cappella talents
  • Baker-Nord Center to hold student-run Flip Camera Film Festival
  • Botanical Gardens, Baker-Nord Center present compelling afternoon of poetry reading and composition
  • Cleveland Museum of Art opens Paul Gauguin: Paris, 1889 exhibit
  • Eldred Theater season opens with Heidi Chronicles
  • GLTF season opens with gut-busting Edwin Drood
  • Hitting the Spot: Cody Wood
  • Kid Cudi brings introspective musical perspective to Case Western
  • The Buzz
  • Thinking about summer jobs and real-world employment can never start too early

Cross Country

  • Women emerge from "mud pit" with title

Football

  • Nicely catches 3 TDs in win

Sex and Dating

  • The real reason to get a flu shot

Soccer

  • Streak snapped: Spartans get first UAA win since '06

Spartan Spotlight

  • Spartan Spotlight: Brian Evans

Worst Case Scenario

  • Cold season
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