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SGA UPDATE: The SGA has been busy finding new senators. Two sophmore girls will be filling in on-campus spots, while two seniors will be filling off-campus spots that still remained open after the elections that took place during the beginning of the year. A resolution was also passed recognizing UVM UNICEF. This will allow students to participate in “an empowering effort to assist the world’s children on areas concerning child hunger, education and health.”————————————————————————–The weekend of October 7th will be UVM’s student and parent homecoming weekend. At a price of about twenty dollars per family, members of the UVM community can participate in nearly all of the weekends events, including admission to open classes on Thursday and Friday along with free access to the Fleming Museum all weekend. Students and parents are strongly encouraged to attend.———————————————————————– This Monday, October 3rd at noon on the front steps of Waterman (rain site: Memorial Lounge) join Men Advocating Change (MAC) and other campus partners for the unveiling of the White Ribbon Campaign. Hear students, faculty, staff, and members of the community speak of their involvement in ending relationship and gender violence.————————————————————————-Josefina L??pez, preeminent Chicana writer and author of “Real Women Have Curves,” will visit campus the week of Oct. 3 in celebration of Latina/o Heritage Month. L??pez will give two talks during her visit: “Reel Women vs Real Women” on Oct. 3 at 7 p.m., and “A Sleeping Giant Awakens” on Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. Both lectures will be held in Memorial Lounge, Waterman and are free and open to the public.