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The Student Government Association unanimously passed a resolution asking The University of Louisiana at Lafayette to rewrite university internet and computer network policies “to fully align with the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution” at the organization’s second meeting.

The Student Government Association considered renaming “Dead Week” during its meeting Monday night, as part of a proposal from the Academic and Student Services Committee.

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Student Government Association discussed the 2020 Quality Enhancement Plan with Director of Institutional Assessment Alise Hagan and College of Liberal Arts Dean Jordan Kellman, Ph.D.

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Student Government Association held a discussion about on and off-campus internships and co-op education opportunities for students on Monday.

The Student Government Association unanimously approved its fall 2017 budget, giving the student senate $117,780 to fund items such as student organizations’ events, individuals’ conference costs and collegiate projects.