On Sunday, April 9, 2017, AUSG President Devontae Torriente signed Executive Order 15-16-005 to terminate the state of exception declared last Friday, March 31.
In response to questions from the student body regarding the state of exception issued on Friday, March 31, AUSG President Devontae Torriente issued the following statement explaining the events leading up to the declaration and how AUSG will move forward.
The following statement was issued by AUSG Secretary Kris Schneider regarding the state of exception declared early in the afternoon on Friday, March 31, 2017.
This afternoon, AUSG President Devontae Torriente and Speaker of the Undergraduate Senate Noah Wills declared that a state of exception exists in the student government. More information will be available as the situation develops. The orders declaring the state of exception also include the suspension of the Judicial Register, the document that governs the Judicial Board. The orders are available here: President's Order | Speaker's Order
AUSG President Devontae Torriente issued this statement on the tuition increase and the FY 2018-2019 budget for American University, which was approved by the Board of Trustees on Friday, March 3.
On Monday, AUSG President Devontae Torriente signed on to two letters with other student leaders from across the country regarding immigrant students and the future of Planned Parenthood.
We've been working since May to prepare the new online home of Student Government, and the time is finally here. Welcome to your one-stop-shop for all things AUSG, KPU, SUB, WI, and more! Are you in a club? This is also the place for you! This site features a brand new master calendar that all clubs and orgs can add events to.
Today, the AUSG Undergraduate Senate passed a resolution to condemn President Trump's executive order issued on January 27, 2017 in regards to the travel ban, and affirmed support for students affected by the order.
“Student Government is monitoring the implementation of the immigration executive order issued by President Trump yesterday for potential effects on American University students.