Student Government

Impeachment trial ends favorably for senate president-elect

  By Denise Hernandez   After four weeks of impending impeachment charges, Senate President-Elect Schyler Brown was sworn in as senate president after the charges were dropped against him Monday night.   For over an hour, senators heard testimonies from the defending senate president-elect and from prosecuting senator, Liberal Arts Senator Samantha Bivens.   Brown was charged with malfeasance ...Full Article

CSUN senate president-elect to face impeachment trial

    By Denise Hernandez and Blaze Lovell   The conflict surrounding CSUN Senate President-elect Schyler Brown came to a head Monday night as the Senate formally heard the ...Full Article

Computer labs will get accessible upgrades by fall, director says

    With two computer stations and one laptop at UNLV accessible to students with disabilities, options for these students seem limited on a campus of over 28,000.   ...Full Article

CSUN to help revitalize outdated emergency phones

      The aging emergency phones on red poles scattered haphazardly around campus will be getting new equipment that is expected to give rhyme to their reason.   ...Full Article

Retorts abound ahead of CSUN executive board elections

Schyler Brown, the urban affairs senator who has come under attack recently for an article published in The Rebel Yell, has responded to the article, stating his disapproval of ...Full Article

CSUN executive board elections face multiple issues

    CSUN Executive Board elections will come to a close this week, but for one candidate the semester has been a rough ride that put his reputation at ...Full Article

CSUN Primary Election Results

  Voting for vice president and final voting for president and senate president will take place on April 13 and 14. A debate will be held on April 11 ...Full Article

2016 CSUN Executive Board Candidate Guide

Students will have the opportunity to vote for the next CSUN Executive Board this Wednesday and Thursday in the primary election.   Students will only be voting in the ...Full Article

Student Body President vetoes $65,000 proposal

  UPDATE: The CSUN Senate upheld the veto at a March 14 senate meeting. Espinoza said UNLV Planning and Construction was not in support of the LED screens and ...Full Article

CSUN creates student government internships

CSUN senators unanimously voted to create internship positions in the legislative branch last Monday.   The positions were voted down in the past because the constitution and bylaws committee ...Full Article
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