The agenda was heavy but the mood was light at the Undergraduate Assembly's second-to-last meeting of the year this past Sunday night.
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The Nominations and Elections Committee announced the results of the 2008-2009 student government elections last night after two violation charges postponed the results from Tuesday.
Polls for the 2008-2009 student government elections closed yesterday afternoon after record voter turnout, but results will not be announced until two violations filed yesterday are settled by the Nominations and Elections Committee.
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11:55PM - March 17th 2008
Four thousand dollars per minute, or a total of $1.72 million over the course of seven hours- that's how much money the Undergraduate Assembly allocated to various student-government groups at its annual budget meeting this past Sunday evening.
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College junior Sarah Kaminetsky resigned from the Undergraduate Assembly Monday night.
It was a sweet night for sophomores yesterday, as they celebrated their biggest event of the year, Sophomore Skimmer.
Debate was in the air at Sunday evening's Undergraduate Assembly meeting, which ran for four and a half hours and had a significantly higher attendance than usual. About a dozen students, mostly from Lambda Alliance, the umbrella organization for all LGBT groups on campus, and ALLIES, an on-campus gay-straight alliance, were present to support the much-anticipated Blood Donor Discrimination Proposal, which was ultimately passed by the body.