Examples of student government in a Sentence
She was president of the student government.
He is active in student government.
Recent Examples of student government from the Web
Nearly three weeks after a swastika was found on a car in the parking lot of North Oldham High School, its student government is organizing a campaign to encourage tolerance.
Miller Hoffman, a member of Clemson University's student senate, introduced the articles of impeachment on Monday, Oct. 23 in an effort to oust Jaren Stewart, the student government vice president.
Worrell, who's a member of student government, isn't sure.
Kagianas authored the resolution, which was approved by the student government board of directors.
On Wednesday, the student government body unanimously passed a resolution that called for Ms. DeVos’ invitation be rescinded and that she be invited to a town hall instead.
Ohio State's undergraduate student government adopted a resolution opposing the policy on Sept. 6.
On Tuesday night, students filled a student government meeting, with 50 waiting outside, to demand that classes be canceled Thursday.
All were tied with strings in the shape of nooses and specifically targeted the school's first African-American student government president, Taylor Dumpson.
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First Known Use of student government
STUDENT GOVERNMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of student government for English Language Learners
: a group of students in a school who are elected to help plan and organize activities and events for other students
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