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As RCSGA president, Groves wants to enhance the student voice on campus by adding a young alumnus to the board of trustees. “That is our hallmark initiative,” Groves said.
RCSGA presidential candidate releases statement in which he addresses students with his vision for the future of Richmond College.
The Ribbon Run 5k will be a new addition the White Ribbon Campaign. A goal of the campaign is to have men pledge to help end violence against. women.
WCGA and RCSGA have been working together to bring food trucks to campus during finals. This project could give rise to more events planned by both groups.
As president, Love hopes to address the lack of transparency with the administration. His opponent, Lucas Vernig, is committed to working closely with him.
Juniors Lucas Virnig and Patrick Love squared off in a debate Monday night in The Pier in preparation for Tuesday’s Richmond College Student Government Association presidential election.
Lucas Virnig and Patrick Love spoke last night at the presidential debate about their platforms and goals for the student body. Voting is open for Richmond College today from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
The RCSGA and WCGA will present an account of their work on campus since 2008, hoping that the BOT with reconsider the role of student voices on campus.
Freshman RCSGA senator Harry Lambert talks about comments he made posted in a recent article about President Ayers and discusses his goals for UR’s future.
Bobby Ukrop will present the UR Board of Trustees with an argument in favor of reinstating the men’s soccer and track teams at Friday’s board meeting.