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Last man standing: Allegations hit Kelso and Jordan

Above photo: Kaeden Kelso, presidential candidate, and Ysatis Jordan, vice presidential candidate will run unopposed in the spring 2018 election. Courtesy of Ysatis Jordan  By Emily Wunderlich and Whitney Elfstrom Less than one day into presidential campaigning for the Student Government spring elections, a grievance was filed Monday against presidential candidate Kaeden Kelso and his running […]

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Student Government collecting donations to help Hurricane Irma victims

By Timothy Fanning Hurricane Irma victims in Pinellas County are still in desperate need of personal hygiene products, such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo and deodorant. That’s why Student Government is partnering with the St. Petersburg Free Clinic on a food and hygiene drive to support hurricane relief efforts. “These supplies continue to be in […]

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SG successfully fills senate seats despite consistently poor voter turnout

By Michael Moore Jr. Of the over 4,000 students enrolled at USF St. Petersburg, 250 of them voted in the most recent Student Government senate elections. That’s a 61.5 percent decrease from the 650 students that turned out in the spring to vote on the senate, president and vice president in addition to having a […]

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Goetz: Accuser’s texts contradict her testimony

By Delaney Brown A former Student Government leader contends that the text messages and statements of a female student who accused him of sexual assault are contradictory and cast doubt on her credibility. In arguments filed Sept. 28 in Pinellas County Circuit Court, the former leader’s attorneys say those contradictions support his contention that he should […]

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More turmoil in SG: VP-elect abruptly resigns

By: Anna Bryson (annabryson@mail.usf.edu) & Tim Fanning (tfanning@mail.usf.edu) Just seven weeks after he was elected, the vice president-elect of Student Government has resigned. In a one-sentence email announcing his resignation on April 17, Samuel Goetz offered no reason for his decision. Earlier this month, he had cited academic reasons in explaining why he took a leave […]

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