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The University of Tennessee’s Student Government Assembly (SGA) held its last senate meeting before the upcoming elections and discussed Volcard replacement and lockout fees.
The revised Student Code of Conduct was approved Wednesday night by the Board of Trustees. It includes new medical amnesty policies as well as language changes around alcohol, weapons and indefinite suspension.
Zomchick told students that the Volunteer family is here for them in uncertain times during Wednesday’s SGA town hall meeting. He reminded students of their “absolute” freedom of speech on campus.
The Daily Beacon staff answered Senate questions and concerns about the letter to the editor targeting the Muslim population at the meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The Student Government Association partners with the Student Counseling Center and Center for Health Education and Wellness to raise awareness for mental health.