Tag: student government association

Fiscal concerns force IUSB’s Child Development Center to outsource

By: IZZA JATALA Staff writer When universities struggle with budgetary issues, the services they offer to students can become directly affected. The Child Development Center (CDC) at IU South Bend has been around since the 1960s but is now faced with the request to be outsourced or risk its doors being closed for good. Mary

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Dining services, SGA partner up to improve campus cuisine

By: NICK WORT Staff Writer IU South Bend’s dining services will see changes in the upcoming months thanks to a new committee forming between the Student Government Association (SGA) and dining services. “This is our way of communicating with the student body and getting information back,” said Ziggy Pairitz, director of dining services. “It’s difficult

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Student Government Association: A semester in review and a look ahead

President Lee Cohen discusses past spending, student activity fees and budget concerns. By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer Ever wonder about the details of the Student Government Association (SGA) activities at IU South Bend? Lee Cohen, SGA president, sat down with The Preface to talk about last semester’s SGA activities and what they’re focusing on for

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Criminal Justice Club protests SGA president’s funding veto

Members of the Criminal Justice Club arrived at Friday’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting carrying handmade signs condemning President Lee Cohen. The reason behind their anger? A vetoed funding request.

Meet the 2013 SGA Presidential canidates

Students running for Student Government Association (SGA) positions may now begin campaigning. There are three students running for SGA president. They are Lee Cohen, Hailey Hennessy and Lowell Ritter. Twenty-four students are running for a senator position while the treasurer, vice president and secretary positions are uncontested.     The website where voting will take place

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