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Unified Student Government Association

Attorney General

Sarah "Frankie" Frank

Frankie (S. Frank) currently serves as the Attorney General of the Executive Board of the Unified Student Government Association for her second term, having previously been on the Judicial Board of USGA.  Frankie is a senior, majoring in sociology with minors in women and gender studies, history, and psychology.  She is the founder and president of Amnesty International on campus, a member of Alpha Sigma Nu, Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honors Society), and National Society of Collegiate Scholars.  Frankie is also a Gannon Scholar and Ross P. Scherer Award Winner in the Sociology Department at Loyola.

 

The Attorney General is responsible for upholding the procedures set forth in the most updated version of Roberts Rules, and maintaining order within Senate. She/he is also present for consultation of constitutional or University policy matters, in accordance with the Code, Constitution and Charter of the USGA. The Attorney General is responsible for evaluating censure complaints and filing them with the judicial board by presenting all evidence of the case. Additionally, she/he presents evidence in the case of an impeachment of any member of the USGA. 

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