DSG uses summer for project preparation
As the academic year approaches, members of Duke Student Government say work they did over the summer means a number of projects will hit the ground running.
DSG executive vice president Sanka doles out advice for freshmen
"Student government is home to all types of campus leaders, and if you’re a first-year looking to make an impact on campus, definitely consider running."
DSG President Sunder maps out yearlong ambitions
"DSG is definitely committed to making the student experience this year as fulfilling as it was in years past, but it will be a challenge to make everyone happy."
DSG finalizes annual budget
The Duke Student Government Senate finalized the 2014-15 annual budget in their last meeting of the year Tuesday evening.
DSG senate begins debate on annual budget
The Duke Student Government Senate reviewed appeals and voted on Student Organization Finance Committee allocations for the 2014-2015 annual budget Wednesday night.
Kwai steps down as junior class vice president
Isabella Kwai—junior class vice president-elect—announced her decision to step down from the VP position in a Facebook post Saturday.
DSG vice presidents elected
The undergraduate student body elected Duke Student Government vice presidents, senators and class council representatives for the 2014-2015 academic year Thursday evening.
DSG Senate approves resolution to support ePrint allocation reduction
Duke Student Government Senate approved a resolution to support the ePrint initiative introduced by representatives from Students for Sustainable Living, following a debate centered around the...
DSG Judiciary will not hear president’s motion
The Judiciary will not hear a case from Duke Student Government to overturn the Judiciary’s decision to reallocate $40,000 worth of recovered funds to campus projects.
Duke Student Gov't Judiciary allocates reclaimed funds to campus projects
In a decision made entirely over email, the Duke Student Government Judiciary ruled that more than $40,000 recovered from inactive student groups will not go back to DSG Senate.
DSG Senate considers ePrint allocation adjustment
Senators were divided on issues of environmental sustainability and ePrint affordability at the Duke Student Government meeting Wednesday.
DSG Senate wrestles with participation, attendance
More than half of the Duke Student Government Senate this year was appointed by the DSG Executive Board, rather than being elected by the student body.
AccessDuke presented undocumented students initiative to senate
AccessDuke, a coalition of students with the goal of supporting undocumented students in the undergraduate admissions process, spoke to the Duke Student Government senate Wednesday night about...
DSG hears presentations on tuition, library renovations
Provost Peter Lange and Executive Vice Provost for Finance and Administration James Roberts addressed DSG about tuition and affordability.
DSG allocates approximately $35,000 to student organization events
Duke Student Government Senate focused its Wednesday meeting on funding, chartering and dechartering student organizations.
Lavanya Sunder elected DSG president; 40 Percent Plan voted down
Sophomore Lavanya Sunder will be the Duke Student Government president for the 2014-15 academic year.
Junior Rence Nemeh drops out of DSG race
Junior Rence Nemeh is not on the Duke Student Government election ballot today.
SOFC chair explores future of the position
For the first time, the chair of the Student Organization Funding Committee will be elected by the undergraduate student body.
40% Plan leaders navigate Duke Student Government opposition
40 Percent Plan supporters are frustrated with what they see as an unwillingness of DSG leaders to communicate with them about the policy.
Abhi Sanka hopes to increase legislative dialogue as EVP
Sophomore Abhi Sanka is running uncontested for the position of executive vice president of Duke Student Government.
7 takeaways from the 40 Percent Plan 'Great Debate'
Missed Thursday's debate on the 40 Percent Plan? Check out The Chronicle's recap.
DSG elects judiciary chief and new justice
The Duke Student Government senate elected sophomore Max Schreiber new chief justice.
Sunder endeavors to foster student involvement with campus affairs
Sophomore Lavanya Sunder plans to encourage student involvement on-campus by promoting student-driven projects.
Judiciary, DSG locked in power struggle
The Judiciary is considered a branch of Duke Student Government – but this branch seems to be snapping off the tree during recent conflicts over the Judiciary’s expanded role.
Rence Nemeh draws upon cross-campus experiences in DSG platform
Junior Rence Nemeh plans to use his experience in “cross-campus student collaboration” experience to serve the Duke community as the next Duke Student Government president.