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USI officials identify person who distributed racist flyers

USI officials identify person who distributed racist flyers

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief January 23, 2020

University officials announced they have identified the individual who left White Supremacist flyers on vehicles in the campus parking lot multiple times last semester. Steve Bridges, Vice President...

SGA-sponsored week combats crime, drunk driving

SGA-sponsored week combats crime, drunk driving

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief October 19, 2019

This year’s Alcohol Awareness Week came with a little twist.  The annual educational week hosted by SGA  combined with Crime Prevention week, which usually occurs in the spring. Associate Vice...

Andy Wright

Enrollment VP: University needs all hands on deck to compete in ‘difficult market’

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief October 11, 2019

University officials are looking for answers after enrollment numbers fell for the eighth consecutive year this fall, marking a changing environment in higher education. Total enrollment at the university,...

SGA approves letter supporting new graduation policy

SGA approves letter supporting new graduation policy

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief October 4, 2019

The SGA General Assembly voted unanimously to approve a letter supporting the ability for students to walk twice at graduation if they are receiving two degrees at their meeting Oct. 3. “Students...

Administration approves new housing policy

Administration approves new housing policy

Megan Thorne, Managing Editor September 3, 2019

Rebeka Mercker and other members of the Student Housing Association waited anxiously over the summer to hear if the change in the visitation policy would be passed.  The policy change, allowing students...

Kelsey McCullough

McCullough elected SGA president

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief August 29, 2019

The SGA General Assembly unanimously elected Executive Vice President Kelsey McCullough as the organization's next president at its meeting Aug. 29. McCullough was the only candidate to apply for president...

SGA President resigns, special election to be held next week

SGA President resigns, special election to be held next week

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief August 22, 2019

Student Government Association President Sarah Seward-Genung resigned from her position at the organization’s first meeting of the academic year Aug. 22. Executive Vice President Kelsey McCullough...

SGA approves resolution of support for change in housing policy

SGA approves resolution of support for change in housing policy

Riley Guerzini, Managing Editor February 14, 2019

The Student Government Association General Assembly voted to approve a resolution of support for the Student Housing Association’s (SHA) proposal for a change in the overnight visitation policy at their...

Citations also come with a chance for students to submit an appeal through EagleSync via the myUSI portal if they believe their ticket was unjustified.

Is parking really a problem?

A look at parking regulations and the appeals process
Riley Guerzini, Managing Editor December 4, 2018

Parking tickets distributed by public safety officers can be a hassle. The citations also come with a chance for students to submit an appeal through EagleSync via the myUSI portal if they believe...

SGA kicks off Alcohol Awareness Week

SGA kicks off Alcohol Awareness Week

Noah Alatza, Special to The Shield October 22, 2018

Alcohol Awareness week, hosted in conjunction with the Student Government Association, kicked off Monday. According to a study from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of...

Sophomore communications major and Spanish and pre-law minor Jasmine Myers was appointed by General Assembly to serve as the new administrative vice president of environmental protection.

New SGA position tackles environmental issues

Noah Alatza, News Editor September 18, 2018

A new position for the Student Government Association was created at the organization’s meeting on Thursday. Sophomore communications major and Spanish and pre-law minor Jasmine Myers was appointed...

After a trip to Uganda, sophomore Keegan Roembke fueled his energy into a coffee business benefiting the Hope for Uganda school and the Defenders of Wildlife Fund.

Roembke named SGA Chief Justice

Riley Guerzini, Community Engagement Manager September 6, 2018

Note: Keegan Roembke is an opinion writer for The Shield. The SGA general assembly voted to appoint senior economics and international studies major Keegan Roembke as the new Chief Justice at their...

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