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What does SG stand for?
SG stands for Student Government
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That misconception looms large now that the Associated Students of the University of Oregon student government is considering eliminating the $150,000 that it contributes to the bands each year, amid hopes that the athletic department will make up the difference.
At a Student Government Association-sponsored town hall meeting on Monday at the Appalachian State University, Tillis was asked about the proposed constitutional amendment, which will go before voters in May.
The Student Government Association at Arkansas State University at Jonesboro recently passed a resolution that would ban smoking on campus.
June 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Sixty Student Government Presidents from the nation's historically black colleges and universities will descend upon Jackson, Mississippi for the third annual Nissan Student Government Leadership Program (NSGLP).
Jackman, a lesbian activist, noted that CUSA and a group like Lifeline have competing equality interests, she said that it would not be a radical position on the part of the student government to advocate women's equality rights over freedom of expression for an anti-abortion group.
Jose Ramirez, Mission's vice president of student services, is accused by students and faculty of canceling a student government election and ordering a student fired from her job as an on-campus Sheriff's Department cadet.
Jones, a multisports athlete, member of the Student Government Association's executive board, and president of the gay student group Tolerance Education Acceptance, received 64 out of 164 votes cast.