Monthly Archives: April 2011

The 2011-12 Student Trustee Announced

Per an email from current Student Trustee Haynes Strader, the DC’s own Adriana Martinez has been selected as the Student Trustee for 2011-12. Martinez is the current Opinion Editor, and she’s also involved with the Tower Center, the Honors Program, … Continue reading

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98th Student Senate Inauguration and First Meeting

A story will be in tomorrow’s print product. Video should be posted shortly. But here’s some stuff I had to cut out because of space: The 2011-12 Student Senate Officers: Student Body President Austin Prentice Student Body Vice President Alex … Continue reading

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Your Quick Recap: The April 19 Student Senate Meeting

Well, it’s official: the 97th Student Senate has ended. Today was their last meeting. Next year’s Student Senate will be inaugurated next Tuesday at 3:30 in the Hughes-Trigg Commons. We’ll have coverage on the Inauguration that afternoon. We probably won’t … Continue reading

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Important Correction to Note

After talking to Sen. Jonathan Ishmael, I learned that The Daily Campus had been given an erroneous list of votes for the LGBT seat legislation. Student Body Secretary Katie Perkins kindly updated our list after I inquired about Ishmael’s vote. … Continue reading

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Faculty Senate Elections Begin

Posted today on The Forum blog: Online voting in the 2011 Faculty Senate election is open as of Wednesday, April 13, and will continue through 5 p.m. Monday, April 18. All full-time SMU faculty members are eligible to vote for … Continue reading

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From the Print Product: SBO-Elects Make Case for Next Year

Read them: SBP-Elect Austin Prentice SBVP-Elect Alex Ehmke SBS-Elect Martha Pool

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Dude, Where Was My Senator During the LGBT Vote?

If you’ve read the print story about yesterday’s LGBT vote, you know that many senators didn’t vote because they weren’t present at the time. So what were they doing during one of the most controversial/important votes this year? Student Senate … Continue reading

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