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TSG leaders look to cash-in on productive summer

Leaders of Temple Student Government have big plans in store for the student body and university, but it needs student participation to succeed, TSG officials said. The three members of the “Owl Potential” slate, President Juan Galeano, Vice President of Student Affairs Nadine Mompremier and Vice President of Academic Affairs Eric Stephenson, said they believe it is time to focus on the bigger issues that face the student body.…

Evolved Owls ready to pass on the torch

The end of the semester not only means finals for the Temple Student Government executives, but it also signifies the parting of ways of Student Body President Raysean Hogan, Vice President of Academic Affairs Priya Patel and Juan Galeano, the vice president of Student Affairs and student body president-elect.…

‘07 voter turnouts take a dip

Temple Student Government Elections Commissioner Seth Embry announced the results of the TSG election Monday, naming Juan Galeano TSG student body president. The candidates of the “Owl Potential” slate were sworn in by Parliamentarian Dorsey Spencer at the TSG general assembly meeting in Walk Auditorium in Ritter Hall Monday.…

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.…