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The Daily Campus: March 22, 2012

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The Daily Campus

Thursday, March 22, 2012
USG proposes funding changes for organizations

USG proposes funding changes for organizations

The USG Senate meeting Wednesday addressed a number of budget issues for the close of the semester, as well as new funding policies for Tier II student organizations.

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The Far East Movement that’s nothing like a G6

Oliver S. Wang explained the role of hip-hop in Asian American culture in the Classroom Building yesterday evening, emphasizing the bond hip-hop has created over the past few decades.

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The UConn baseball team opened its home schedule with an 8-0 win over Yale Wednesday afternoon. Pat Butler, the Huskies’ starter, threw seven scoreless innings against the Bulldogs, giving up just three hits and two walks while recording six strikeouts, and the UConn offense gave him plenty of run support throughout. article icon Full Story

Editorial: Student identities not a matter of multiple choice

This month, the University of California’s Academic Senate endorsed a change to its administrative procedures which would offer entering students the option of stating their sexual orientation on a form filled out by those new students for the benefit of the school’s administration. While the university system has not yet approved the change, it would become the first public institution in the United States to ask new students about their sexuality if it did. The deliberation over this proposal in California follows the decision of Elmhurst College, a private Illinois school, to inquire as to whether students considered themselves members of the LGBT community last year.

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