A new version of the ASSU website went live this afternoon following a minor UI tweak and a fixed typo. Student body Vice President Stewart Macgregor-Dennis was proud of the site’s new upgrade. “We’ve been working on this tweak for at least 10 or 15 minutes, so we’re really excited to get some feedback on the site’s new look. Students should be relieved to know there is now one extra pixel of padding on the navigation header and my last name no longer has two hyphens in it by mistake.”

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