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Who’s who in student government

By Bianca Cseke What is CSUN? The Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, otherwise known as CSUN, is the undergraduate student government organization on campus. All undergraduates at UNLV are automatically charged a $1.97 per credit membership fee. Student fees collectively make up CSUN’s approximately $1.4 million budget. CSUN is split into three branches: Executive: comprised ...Full Article

2015 CSUN Executive Board Candidate Guide

By Bianca Cseke CSUN will be holding its primary election for its 2015-2016 executive board positions on Wednesday and Thursday. Students will only be voting on candidates for senate ...Full Article

CSUN to hire adviser; leaders hope to bring more stability to student government

By Bianca Cseke After facing multiple lawsuits over the last five years, CSUN plans to hire an advisor to help mediate between members of student government. When CSUN pays ...Full Article

Empty CSUN seats will be filled by Nov. 10

CSUN President Elias Benjelloun says he’s not concerned by the six senate seats that were left empty after this semester’s student government senate election. The elections, which wrapped up ...Full Article

CSUN short on candidates for senate election

There are too few candidates running in this year’s CSUN senate election to fill all of the student government’s senate seats. Of the 25 seats available, only 19 will ...Full Article

CSUN appoints deputy attorney general weeks after scandal surrounding position

The CSUN senate appointed a new deputy attorney general Monday. Brittni Griffith, a junior pre-law student and vice president of the UNLV chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, was nominated ...Full Article

CSUN director cites unhealthy work environment as cause for resignation

Henry Nikogosyan joined UNLV’s undergraduate student government with high hopes of making a difference. But after about a year of working with CSUN, the Nevada Student Affairs director became ...Full Article

Four CSUN members step down over summer break

Four members of CSUN have resigned since the inauguration of the current administration in May. Desiree Tupas and Marclem Hernandez of the CSUN Judicial Council, as well as Henry ...Full Article

Student leaders allegedly offered a CSUN position in exchange for campaign endorsement

A member of UNLV’s Nevada Student Affairs leadership board says student leaders offered him a position within CSUN in exchange for his endorsement in a campaign for student government ...Full Article

Student group hacks CSUN president’s email, says student government is corrupt

A group that calls itself the Rebel Whistle has sent a slew of emails to CSUN accusing the undergraduate student government of being corrupt. The group hacked into CSUN ...Full Article
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