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Collier v. Sope Supreme Court Hearing Underway

This morning saw the latest installment of the Collier v. Sope hearings. By Paris Garnier For the second weekend in a row, the Undergraduate Student Government has convened for special hearings on alleged voter fraud in the 2016 undergraduate presidential elections. The appellants, Sope Ladapo and ...


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The Results Are In: Sope and Thompson Victorious

By Paris Garnier Three weeks ago allegations of voter fraud were brought against Sope Ladapo and Michael Thompson. The complaints were heard by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) elections committee resulting in Ladapo and Thompson receiving six sanction points, which disqualified them from ...


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A Fresh Start for IUPUI's Student Government

Undergraduate Student Government’s new leadership seeks to revitalize legislative branch after remodeling the USG constitution. By Paris Garnier IUPUI’s Undergraduate Student Government, like all other governments, goes through its ups and downs. After the divisive post-voting trials of the spring ...


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USG Focuses on Fees, Transparency

IUPUI’s undergraduate student government (USG) has been steadily growing.  By Paris Garnier IUPUI’s undergraduate student government (USG) has been steadily growing. Large senatorial turnout and participation has invigorated the entire organization. In fact, due to increased work in committees ...


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A Talk with the 2017 USG Election Tickets

Spring has sprung early, but the USG elections are arriving on time. The tickets have now been announced. By Paris Garnier As with all things, the current undergraduate student government executive board has come to an end. But unlike last spring’s elections, this cycle is expected to have significantly ...


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A Sanctuary, at Least in Spirit

The USG recently passed a resolution stating that it is in favor of IUPUI potentially becoming a sanctuary campus, but does not formally make IUPUI a sanctuary campus. By Paris Garnier It’s no secret that undocumented students attend IUPUI. But with the ever-shifting nature of the federal government, ...


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GPSG Scheduled Vote on Giving Executives Stipend Bonuses

The Graduate and Professional Student Government plans to vote on legislation that would give Initiatives Committee Chair Claire Riley and Public Relations Chair Aaron Deason an additional $750 in stipend payments. As previously reported, Riley is the long time girlfriend of GPSG President Anthony ...


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The Systemic Problems in IUPUI's Student Government

The IUPUI Student Government’s lack of checks and balance have resulted in at least one potential case of nepotism, a Former Supreme Court Justice’s distrust of Supreme Court investigations, and questionable spending of student fees. “The GPSG’s finances, there’s a whole article you could ...


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