ASMSU, MSU’s undergraduate student government culminated the 2013-2014 academic year by holding its final general assembly meeting on Thursday.
ASMSU survived a rocky academic year, which surrounded the undergraduate student government with controversy.
By Kary Askew Garciakaskew@statenews.comTHE STATE NEWSnn
ASMSU, MSU's undergraduate student government, can yet again breathe a sigh of relief, as the All University Student Hearing Board ruled former President Kiran Samra and the organization was not in violation of the code.
ASMSU, MSU’s undergraduate student government, concluded its Office of the President elections Thursday by voting on vice president positions, including vice president for governmental affairs, vice president for student allocations, vice president for internal administration and vice president for special projects.
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