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Upstaged

“Owl Potential”, the only slate running in this year’s student government elections, was literally upstaged by the Temple University Anime Club in the slate’s first scheduled open forum April 4. The slate, which comprises Vice President of Student Affairs Juan Galeano, Allocations Chair Eric Stephenson and Alumni Affairs Chair Nadine Mompremier, was scheduled to speak to students about its plans for office at noon Wednesday in the Student Center Atrium.…

Slate to run uncontested in election

When Temple Student Government elections begin April 10 students should expect to have only one slate on the ballot. “Owl Potential”, which includes TSG Vice President of Student Affairs Juan Galeano, Allocations Chair Eric Stephenson and Alumni Affairs Chair Nadine Mompremier, will be the only slate running for the upcoming TSG election, Elections Commissioner Seth Embry said Monday at general assembly.…

Taking money out of Monday meetings

If there’s one aspect of Temple Student Government that student organizations love to hate, it’s the allocations process. Now with TSG’s “new look and feel,” which the body’s Executive Board spent its winter break working on, student organizations can breathe a sigh of relief that the extensive and long-detested allocations process will no longer occur during general assembly.…

TSG hopes to bridge student divisions

Concerned by the distanced relationships that exist between many student organizations on campus, Temple Student Government President Raysean Hogan and Vice President of Student Affairs Juan Galeano said they want to build stronger bonds between students.…

TSG votes on 38 allocation bills

After a long wait, Temple Student Government voted on 38 allocation bills at its general assembly meeting last Monday, in a session that was almost two hours long. Voting was originally scheduled to take place two weeks ago, but Allocations Chair Eric Stephenson tabled all of the allocation bills after he noticed several errors on the invoices that were displayed.…

Homecoming court announced at TSG

The names of the 10 students who will comprise the 2006 Homecoming Court were revealed Monday at the Temple Student Government general assembly meeting. The candidates for Homecoming King are Thomas Coleman, Wilfrance Pouyes and Juan Torres and the nominees for Homecoming Queen are Pamela Adewoyin, Albrina Alston and Mouna Moussa.…

TSG tables all allocations bills; no cash for student groups yet

Several student organizations will have to wait another week before they receive funding from Temple Student Government. TSG members were ready to vote on about 15 student organization bills during their general assembly meeting Monday, but after noticing several errors on the bills which were displayed, Allocations Chair Eric Stephenson motioned to table all of the bills until next week.…