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September 29, 2023

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Student Government will oversee health care construction

The Undergraduate Student Government met for the second time this summer on Monday night to go over their initiatives for the upcoming academic year.

During President Alex Solis’s executive report, some of the initiatives the group plans to address are landscaping projects, the interactive Olscamp Hall classroom, Greek housing and the renovation delays to the new student recreation center.

One of the biggest plans for USG is to revise the academic honesty policy, which hasn’t been revised in nine years.

The group also has initiatives to address problems with the General Studies Writing program and the BG Perspectives program. The BG Perspectives initiative will determine what 20 classes will stay at the University and what 20 classes will be eliminated based on other benchmark schools.

Another major plan USG has in store for the upcoming academic year is to oversee the construction of the new health center and how the Affordable Care Act will affect students who work at the University. The act prohibits students from working more than 28 hours a week, which may raise concern.

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