"I don't know if we can trust you at the end of the day,” one student said.
The body's legislature for this session is also one of the most diverse in recent years.
Mamta Motwani Accapadi was the first candidate for the position to address the campus in an open forum.
The SGA could have appointed a diversity and inclusion vice president — why didn't it?
The body rejected the amendment in its 11-hour end of session meeting.
MaryPIRG's president said it was an accident.
No SGA party or student organization can reform UMD on its own.
OUR VIEW: No candidate will solve the inherent shortcomings of student governance.
She's running on the Unite UMD ticket.